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Dec
14

The Launch of Aboriginal Regional Authorities uplifted into an SA commitment to progress Treaties


In a landmark announcement on the 14th December 2016, Aboriginal Affairs Minister, Kyam Maher MLC has announced that the State Government will enter into treaty discussions with Aboriginal language groups in SA.

In his speech at Parliament House, the Minister drew attention to the importance of recognition of Aboriginal peoples in the South Australian Constitution in 2013. This, he said, helped to lay the platform for where we have got to today.

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Dec
13

#IndigenousDads TEDx


#IndigenousDads: how social media can inspire social change | Joel Bayliss | TEDxAdelaide

In October, our Treasurer took the TEDx stage to talk about #IndigenousDads, which he started with a single tweet and became a national movement to build positive stereotypes of Aboriginal fathers across Australia. You can watch the whole speech below.

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Dec
1

Reconciliation SA Newsletter


Reconciliation SA Newsletter

The Reconciliation SA newsletter is a fortnightly publication covering the latest news from the reconciliation sector. Unfortunately we have been experiencing some difficulties with the distribution of this newsletter, and it has come to our attention that some of our dedicated subscribers may not be receiving it. If you think you should be receiving the newsletter to your inbox but have not, please get in contact with Samara on samara@reconciliationsa.org.au... Read More

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Nov
1

Why should I care about change?


'Recognition' is the word on everybody's lips. Are you up with what's going down?

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Aug
5

Statement NT human rights abuse


Statement: NT human rights abuse

Australia’s Shame – the Four Corner’s program has brought the abhorrent treatment of our children to the forefront of the national conscious.Like you, I felt outrage, pain and hopelessness at the images of those boys,tear-gassed, stripped, beaten, held down, locked up or hooded.  I believe that the whole of Australia felt this sadness and anger, but as Aboriginal people this suffering is intensified.You cannot talk about Don Dale without... Read More

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