Interview: Reconciliation SA Board Member Anthony Rologas

Born and raised in Anēwan country (Armidale NSW), Anthony Rologas has lived and worked in Adelaide since 2005, working in a number of different roles in the international and Australian community development sectors. His current role is Chief Operating Officer with Ninti One Limited, a not-for-profit Aboriginal company whose purpose is to build opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander … Read More

Shaun Childs: Looking to the future!

On July 26th Shaun Childs joined the Reconciliation SA Anti-Racism Program Officer, shortly after he was thrown into the deep end of program delivery.   A part of Shaun’s role is to deliver the nationally recognised anti-racism program in conjunction with Act Now Theatre, Generation of Change, and two weeks after starting, Shaun’s was in action.   Shaun’s first workshop was delivered at Blackwood High School … Read More

First Nations involvement in Australia Day Council SA to continue

For the third year running the Australia Day Council of South Australia has given a platform to First Nations people wanting to ensure their voice is heard during the proceedings of January 26. ADCSA Chief Executive Officer Jan Chorley says this year’s Australia Day theme is encouraging South Australians to “Reflect, Respect and Celebrate. The Story of Us.” The day … Read More

20/21 State Government Budget Summary

On Tuesday 10 November, the State Government released the 2020/21 State Budget. The Budget included several commitments to support Aboriginal people and communities in South Australia and promote Aboriginal culture.  Key measures included: $3.3 million to support the Aboriginal Community Controlled Sector in South Australia to deliver services and programs to First Nations people under Priority Reform Two of the … Read More

Interview: Uncle Gordon Franklin, Kokatha man and Military Veteran

Reconciliation SA caught up with Kokatha man and military veteran Gordon Franklin. Born along the Nullarbor plains, SA, Mr. Franklin and his family eventually moved to the Eyre Peninsula of SA. His family had links to the area, and it was close to the land of the Kokatha people. After some moving around the peninsula, at 14 years of age … Read More