National Reconciliation Week 2022 Events

 
National Reconciliation Week is all about your events!

This year workplaces, schools, early learning services, community groups, reconciliation groups, and people right across the country hosted a whole range of activities.

Search below to see what happened across the country during National Reconciliation Week 2022.

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Please note: the events posted below are not the responsibility of Reconciliation Australia. If you have any questions regarding an event, please contact the organisers.

 

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Michael Mohammed Ahmad & Winnie Dunn in conversation with Roanna Gonsalves

June 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm AEST

Sweatshop is devoted to empowering culturally and linguistically diverse communities through reading, writing and critical thinking. This talk will be based around the amazing work Sweatshop do for voices of colour in Australia.

Sweatshop is a literacy movement based in Western Sydney which is devoted to empowering culturally and linguistically diverse communities through reading, writing and critical thinking. The movement provides research, training, mentoring and employment opportunities for emerging and established writers and arts practitioners from Indigenous and non-English speaking backgrounds.

Discover more about Sweatshop/ https://www.sweatshop.ws/movement

This event is part of Waverley council’s United to end racism campaign.

Find out more about the campaign at waverley.nsw.gov.au/united

Venue

Waverley Library
32-48 Dension St
Bondi junction, New South Wales 2022 Australia

Organiser

Waverley Library
Phone:
+61403958916
Email:
simon.welsh@waverley.nsw.gov.au
View Organiser Website

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

Reconciliation Australia acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.