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2017 Annual General Meeting

Reconciliation SA invites all its friends and supporters to attend the Annual General Meeting being held on Tuesday 7th November from 5.30 PM at Century Theatre, Immanuel College.

Two of the Reconciliation Trekkers who have recently returned from walking the Kokoda Track, Justin Wilkey (Association of Independent Schools SA) and Esther Gutteridge (Tyndale Christian School - Murray Bridge) will reflect on their time in PNG and what impacts the journey had for commemoration, reconciliation... Read More

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Constitutional Reform Continues

Constitutional Reform Continues

Reconciliation SA is committed to taking up the challenge in the last paragraph of the Uluru Statement: “In 1967 we were counted, in 2017 we seek to be heard. We leave base camp and start our trek across this vast country. We invite you to walk with us in a movement of the Australian people for a better future.”

Reconciliation Australian has written to us to support their continuing push for constitutional reform. Our joint statement... Read More

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Survey shapes Rec SA's Direction

Reconciliation SA considers itself the people’s movement for reconciliation on a state level. As such, we rely heavily on the people of South Australia to guide our priorities and directions within this complex space.

Through the help of URPS, Reconciliation SA has released a triennial survey around some emerging priorities for the organisation, and we need your feedback! Your answers will be considered by the Reconciliation SA Board in developing an Updated Strategic Plan to guide the... Read More

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SA Ambulance NAIDOC Morning Tea

The South Australian Ambulance Service hosting multiple morning teas in Port Augusta, Mt Gambier and Noarlunga in celebration of NAIDOC Week.

Download the flyers for each event for more information. 

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Dr Jackie Huggins' Speech - Still Yes Breakfast

The following is the speech delivered by Dr Jackie Huggins AM, Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples at the Still Yes Reconciliation SA breakfast on the 19th May, 2017 

The speech was followed by these two videos on the Redfern Statement:

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