National Reconciliation Week has come to a close. You can still participate, learn, watch and listen to the weeks events below

Launch of All Together Now
A simultaneous NRW learning platform for school and home. Lessons for kids from 4 – 15 . Created in partnership with Wingaru Education

Sorry Day Address
Professor Lindon Coombes and Cecilia Anthony Reconciliation NSW Co-Chairs

Warami Festival

2020 marks the second season of WARAMI, a festival celebrating and commemorating Indigenous culture in Parramatta.

Welcome and Storytelling videos are available here


Conversations from the Heart

Professor Megan Davis, Dean Parkin, Donnella Mills in conversation with Fiona McLeod AO SC Hosted by KWM

Watch the video here


NRW Virtual Breakfast
Patricia Turner
AM, CEO of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) to be the keynote for this year’s virtual event.  Read the Keynote Speech here.


First Nations Arts Awards

See videos of  the recipients of the prestigious Red Ochre Awards for outstanding lifetime achievement, the Dreaming Award for an emerging artist, and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Fellowship for a mid-career artist.


National Acknowledgement of Country
Acknowledgement  & Welcome to Country from Rec NSW with Yvonne Weldon Chairperson Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council


Anniversary Bridge Walk Panel Discussion
Ken Wyatt, Linda Burney, Karen Mundine, Summer May Finlay

2020 Virtual Bridge Walk – Walking Together
Zoom Conversations remembering 20 years since the Bridge Walks for Reconciliation


Celebrating Indigenous Authors
Celebrating Indigenous Authors featuring Uncle Bruce Pascoe and John Waight in conversation with KWM’s Murray Prior

In Concert Together: Reconciliation Australia and ABC
Busby Marou, Alice Skye, and Jimblah in concert, hosted by Christine Anu on her National Evenings show on ABC Radio you can link to song by each artist here.

Learn more about the Uluru Statement from the Heart
Join Thomas Mayor, who was part of the 2017 Uluru Convention, and BM People for Reconciliation.

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Reconciliation NSW In This Together Twitter Festival
Moderated by Summer May Finlay with Professor Lindon Coombes, Cecilia Anthony Co-Chairs of Reconciliation NSW
with Linda Burney MP & Trent Wallace [-o-] Lawyer and Corporate Responsibility Coordinator, Reconciliation Ashurst. Read the Highlights here

First Nations Poetry
Meet First Nations Poets, Kirli Saunders and Nicole Smede a moving poetic experience


In My Blood in Runs

“A profound opportunity to reflect on our relationship with Aboriginal Australia and what is truely broken. These children are not broken its’ the systems around them that are.” CHRIS SARRA

Undermined: Tales from the Kimberley
The Film screening followed by a special Q&A with Aunty Anne Poelina, Nyikina Warra Traditional Custodian and Guardian of the Martuwarra ( Nicholas Wrathall, Director, Writer, Producer MC: Shelley Ware, Yankunytjatjara and Wirangu woman, media presenter 

Reconciliation and PHAA

PHAA was proud to host a webinar on reconciliation and public health featuring Professors Tom Calma and Fiona Stanley.

They spoke from the heart about the challenges facing Australia – If you missed it, the link to the video is here.

You can also access the report that PHAA released alongside it here.


When The River Runs Dry’ Q&A Online Discussion Forum
Uncle Bruce Shillingsworth, Aunty Steff Armstrong, Peter Yates, Dr Emma Carmody & Uncle Rodney Dillon


Virtual Commemoration of the Myall Creek massacre
and the 20th anniversary of the Myall Creek Memorial  

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