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In 2000, the AICCM publicly declared its commitment to Reconciliation. In 2023 the AICCM officially supported the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the Voice to Parliament. 

Now More Than Ever, the AICCM would like to encourage its members to engage with National Reconciliation Week 27 May – 3 June. 

To find reconciliation events in your local area or online, go to the NRW Events calendar 2024 or check out our list below with some suggested resources and events. 

External Resources and Events

Two free screenings of ‘Two Ways: The Kimberley Rock Art Legacy’, ACMI Cinema 2 Federation Square, Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 29th May.

Set in the rock art galleries of the Kimberley, ‘Two Ways’ highlights the collaboration between modern scientists and one of the world’s oldest continuous cultures, the Balanggarra people, guided by Elder Augustine “Boornoornoor” Unangho. This documentary showcases a blend of science and traditional wisdom, revealing the enduring narratives of art, climate change, and human resilience spanning over 60,000 years.

Bookbinding workshop with paper conservator Louise Wilson, Sat 1st June, Williamstown Library.

Join NGV conservator Louise Wilson for her yearly bookbinding workshop where the proceeds of your ticket go directly to Children’s Ground, a charity that supports First Nations-led education, health, employment and wellbeing.  Louise Wilson • Wear it Yellow 2024

Reconciliation Australia 2020, Reconciliation: Moving beyond Acknowledgement of Country 

United Nations Declaration On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples

National Reconciliation Week Events

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Reconciliation Day at Commonwealth Park May 27 @ 8:30 am – 3:00 pm AEST 

Join us at Commonwealth Park to help kick off National Reconciliation Week 2024 and be part of the conversation and activities and learn about our shared histories and cultures, to gain a deeper understanding of our national story and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in this special Canberra community event. 

Now More Than Ever Panel by DesignInc Sydney May 29 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm AEST                             

This National Reconciliation Week, DesignInc Sydney and Nguluway DesignInc will be hosting a panel discussion centred around this year’s theme: ‘Now More Than Ever’. Here, we will unpack the role of architecture and design in shaping a more inclusive, resilient world. 

Weaving Workshop with Jenine Godwin-Thompson May 29 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm AEST

This two-hour weaving workshop will be led by Jenine Godwin-Thompson, a Yaggerah woman from the south-east Queensland area known as Meeanjin (Brisbane) in an interactive program for all generations.

You will learn an inspiring weaving technique and create a 3D woven form adorned with emu feathers to take home. Suitable for all ages 8 years and up. TarraWarra Museum of Art, VIC. 

NRW Trivia Night May 29 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm ACST 

A fun filled evening testing your trivia knowledge including some thought provoking questions specifically about National Reconciliation Week. Held on the stunning lands of the Larrakia at the Darwin Trailer Boat Club, this event is held in partnership with Variety the children’s charity NT and the Miriam Rose Foundation. Get your team together, celebrate National Reconciliation Week on Wednesday 29 May. Support these two charities help NT Kids in need to reach their full potential

Tickets $20 each

Luku Ngärra: The Law of the Land @ The Mercury Adelaide June 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm ACST 

Join us for a special evening featuring a screening of the award winning Indigenous funded documentary Ḻuku Ngärra: The Law of the Land followed by a heartfelt Truth Telling Together discussion with the filmmaker and special guests in The Mercury Adelaide. 

Bridging Perspectives – Two-way learning in governance May 24 @ 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm AEST

First Nations peoples have had governance systems in place for thousands of generations and are driven by culture and community priorities. They can provide insights for developing sustainable and impactful governance models. How can organisations integrate First Nations governance principles into wider board practices and what are the benefits? How can incorporating perspectives from First Nations directors and leaders improve the effectiveness of governance frameworks?

Join us at this virtual event as we hear insights from both leading First Nations and non-Indigenous directors as they discuss how two-way learning by the exchanging of knowledge and experiences can pave the way for more inclusive and effective governance practices.  

First Nations Art & Copyright May 29 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm AEST

As part of National Reconciliation Week, the Australian Copyright Council (ACC) is delighted to present a webinar on First Nations Art & Copyright on Wednesday 29 May 2024 at 1-2pm AEST.

Facilitated and presented by Australian Copyright Council lawyers, this one-hour session explores Australian copyright law as it relates to First Nations Art.

Reconciliation Victoria Virtual Breakfast May 27 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am AEST 

Reconciliation Victoria and the National Centre for Reconciliation, Truth, and Justice invite you to a special breakfast to launch National Reconciliation Week. Hear from First Nations and reconciliation leaders on the importance of reconciliation, now more than ever, as Traditional Owners head towards Treaty negotiations with the state.

Keynote address by Rueben Berg | Co-Chair, First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria.
Facilitated by Uncle Charles Pakana | Editor, Victorian Aboriginal News.
Hear from Aunty Vicky Clark and Professor Andrew Gunstone.

For further information, please contact

AICCM Resources

Revisit the Agents of Change Series and Watch this panel discussion titled  # 7 Theft, Vandals, Repatriation and moderated by Dr Robyn Sloggett. Hear Dr Lyndon Ormond Parker, Dany Williams and Dr Amber Aranui discuss theft, vandalism and repatriation

Revisit the Exhibitions: Building inclusive and sustainable practices series  which includes First Nations content in all sessions