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Building Relationships. Building Respect.

Building respectful relationships between Aboriginal people and the wider Australian community.


Media & Event Promotion

Reconciliation SA is constantly striving to support our local communities and can offer support when promoting events and other media. 

We are always happy to help promote local First Nations media, opportunities and events through our mail lists, social media and membership base to tens of thousands of people.

Where possible, we produce documentaries and interview community members to help tell their stories.

Get in touch if you want to tell yours or have something for us to share!


Three Names, One Woman - Kunyi's Story

National Apology Day in Australia is observed on February 13 every year in Australia. It is a national day commemorating the first-ever national apology made by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in 2008.

This film tells the story of Stolen Generations Survivor Kunyi June Anne McInerney and is followed by Robert Taylor and musicians from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra rendition of 'Reunited'.

Apology to the Stolen Generation Commemorative Film

Reconciliation SA presents the National Apology to the Stolen Generation Commemorative Film. February 13th marks the anniversary of the Apology to the Stolen Generations by for Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in 2008.


A documentary about living. Follows the stories of five Stolen Generations survivors who challenged their trauma to rebuild their lives.



Learn about our yearly flagship events and see what's coming up and how to get involved.

Culturally Safe Classrooms

Learn about how we go about building a culturally responsive Australian teaching workforce using the intercultural development capability framework

Planning for NRW and beyond

Join Natalie Gentle from Reconciliation SA to explore the theme for National Reconciliation Week - Be a voice for generations and how to engage children and young people in reconciliation.

Health & Wellbeing in Education

Join us for our webinar around Health and Wellbeing in Education and learn about some of the strategies you can deploy to understand the needs of children in the classroom.

Curriculum Planning: Reconciliation in 2023

Reconciliation SA in collaboration with the team at Narragunnawali present a webinar on how to plan for reconciliation in your curriculum.

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