#StayTrue2Uluru – VOICE.

Travis Akbar

Welcome to a series of Webinars that explores the Uluru Statement from the Heart and why there needs to remain a considered focus on proposals from First Nation people across this country on Voice. Treaty. Truth. This Webinar will explore SA and NT regional dialogues undertaken in the lead up to Uluru and how the matters raised during these dialogues … Read More

First Nation Voice to Parliament: How to use YOUR voice

sreid

  Join us this Friday for a chat with three amazing South Australians as we explore First Nation Voice to Parliament and how you can use YOUR voice! When: Mar 26, 2021 04:00 PM Adelaide Topic: First Nation Voice to Parliament: How to use YOUR voice Register in advance for this webinar: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JBDO3h7UQiurHtxqReMDNA After registering, you will receive a confirmation … Read More

BGR Chair Allen Edwards talks History, Education, and Reconciliation

Reconciliation isn’t about talking the talk. It’s about making positive change for Aboriginal people, creating safer workplaces, classrooms and more. And proud Kaurna/Kokatha (Adelaide Plains/West Coast of SA) man, and Blackwood Reconciliation Group chair is doing just that, figuratively, and literally, he’s walking the walk. From the Blackwood Reconciliation Walk to walking into class rooms and educating. The Blackwood Reconciliation … Read More

In this together – Building relationships with Community

Travis Akbar

  NRW Educators Webinar   Reconciliation SA has partnered with Reconciliation Australia’s Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Education program to support educators in South Australia to take action towards reconciliation in the classroom, throughout the school environment  and within the local community. In our work with educators across South Australia we get lots of questions about where to get started, how to … Read More