1. National Sorry Day Tuesday 26 May
2. Photos from the Uluru Convention: Special Online Event! 26 May .
3. Reconciliation SA presents Patricia Turner AM, CEO NACCHO to provide a keynote session : May 27
4.National Reconciliation Week 2020 #NRW2020 ” Conversations from The Heart ” #UluruStatement May 27
5. NRW launch: National Acknowledgement of Country 12pm* 27 May
6. 20 years on: Crossing Bridges for Reconciliation : 12pm – 1pm* Thursday 28 May
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1.National Sorry Day Tuesday 26 May
Today is National Sorry Day and it marks 23 years since the tabling of the Bringing Them Home report.
Listen to the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and children and find resources and toolkits from HERE
2.”Photos from the Uluru Convention” Special Online Event! 26 May .
We will delve into what constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples might look like, the mechanics of constitutional reform, what reconciliation means for all Australians and the progress made, as well as what the justice system looks like on the frontline for First Australians.
Please join us for what will be an engaging, thought-provoking and memorable conversation.
5.NRW launch: National Acknowledgement of Country 12pm* Wednesday 27 May 2020
To launch NRW 2020 we are asking everyone to take to social media to acknowledge Country. We can’t be physically together to show respect but we can show respect to Country where we are.
On the first day of NRW, take the time to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Land that you are on, wherever you are.
Choose your social media platform – or the privacy of your own space – to pay your respects.
Consult the AIATSIS Map of Indigenous Australia for a guide to the Traditional Owners of the Land you are on, and tag the Traditional Owners and/or your own mob plus #InThisTogether2020 #NRW2020
6.20 years on: Crossing Bridges for Reconciliation : 12pm – 1pm* Thursday 28 May 2020
20 years on is a panel discussion hosted by ABC Speaking Out’s Larissa Behrendt. Panel members will reflect on the bridge walks of 2000 and the role of reconciliation since that historic moment.
Featuring Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, The Hon Linda Burney MP, Reconciliation Australia CEO Karen Mundine and University of Wollongong Lecturer, Summer May Finlay.
Facebook Livestream on Reconciliation Australia and ABC Australia Facebook pages. The panel will be broadcast on Speaking Out, which can be heard on Radio National (Fridays at 8pm), ABC local Radio (Sundays at 9pm) and the ABC listen app.
7. In Concert Together 9pm -10pm* Friday 29 May 2020 ||
Reconciliation Australia and ABC bring you Busby Marou, Alice Skye and more in concert, hosted by Christine Anu on her National Evenings show on ABC Radio.
Tune into ABC Radio or the ABC listen app or watch on the Facebook Livestream on Reconciliation Australia, ABC Sydney or ABC Australia Facebook pages.
*All times are Australian Eastern Standard time.