National Reconciliation Week 2020
Thank you for your support of and participation in National Reconciliation Week 2020
We thank our long-term allies and supporters who have walked beside us for decades and all of the new ones who walked with us this year.
To our new supporters, please remember the importance of privileging and amplifying First Nations’ voices as you add your voice to calls for reconciliation and justice.
Reconciliation is a journey for all Australians – as individuals, families, communities, organisations and importantly as a nation. At the heart of this journey are relationships between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We all have a role to play when it comes to reconciliation, and in playing our part we collectively build relationships and communities that value Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories, cultures, and futures.
Major NRW 2020 Events
Thursday 28 May 12pm
Panel Discussion: Reconciliation Bridge Walks of 2000
Panel members reflect on the bridge walks of 2000 and the role of reconciliation. Hosted by Larissa Behrendt with Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, Hon Linda Burney MP, Reconciliation Australia CEO Karen Mundine, and University of Wollongong Lecturer, Summer May Finlay. More info here.
Friday 29 May 9:05 – 10pm
In Concert Together: Deadly musos live in concert
Reconciliation Film Club Screenings
There are also heaps of #NRW2020 resources to download, including A3 posters, digital resources for your social posts, desktop or Zoom background, or even your printer.
Check out the Resources Section for more details.
Read the NRW special edition of Reconciliation News.
Reconciliation a continuing journey of growth and togetherness
The logo for National Reconciliation Week (NRW) 2020 is based on artwork created by Biripi/Bunjalung woman Nikita Ridgeway entitled, “Reconciliation, a continuing journey of growth and togetherness.”
The artwork’s design elements represent Australians together on a national journey of reconciliation while paying homage to the past and recognising the present.