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Latest news: Reconciliation

What’s on around Canberra this long weekend, 26-29 May

The Canberra region is set to be frosty this long weekend 26-29 May and CW has compiled a list to keep you toasty, happy and entertained.

Become a member of the ACT Reconciliation Council

Vacancies are now open for members of the ACT Reconciliation Council. Both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people can apply.

ACT place names will honour reconciliation

ACT public places will be no longer named after people famous in Australian colonisation if a Labor motion passes tomorrow.

Be Brave. Make Change this Reconciliation Week

As National Reconciliation Week begins, the ACT Government encourages Canberrans to tackle the ongoing business of Reconciliation.

Apply for Reconciliation Day 2022 community grants

The ACT Government has launched its annual Reconciliation Day Grants program to celebrate Indigenous people, culture, and history.

What’s on in Canberra this long weekend, 28-31 May

Scratching your head wondering what to do this weekend? Look no further, here’s your guide to what’s on in Canberra this Reconciliation Day long weekend, 28-31 May.

Your guide to Reconciliation Week 2021 in Canberra

From Thursday 27 May to Thursday 3 June there are a host of events across Canberra recognising Reconciliation Week 2021.

Have you heard? David Hunter Memorial Lecture

For the last 16 years, ANTaR has presented the David Hunter Memorial Lecture and this year it will go online due to Covid-19.

Carillon lights up for Reconciliation

Starting tonight, the National Carillon will be used as an electric canvas during National Reconciliation Week 2020 (27 May – 3 June), with a series of narratives and imagery to be projected...

‘In this together’: mark Reconciliation Day at home

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Canberrans are able to mark Reconciliation Day at home this year via online engagement and family-friendly activities.

IMP squad laces up for virtual program

This year’s Indigenous Marathon Project will be run as a virtual program to “keep encouraging young Indigenous leaders to step up in their community and spread the positive message of healthy living,” according to IMP head coach and graduate, Adrian Dodson-Shaw.