National Reconciliation Week is here

National Reconciliation Week is an important time for all Australians to reflect on and learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and how we can contribute to reconciliation.

This year we are excited to observe National Reconciliation Week from 27 May to 3 June, recognising this year's theme, Now More Than Ever.

The theme invites all Australians to take time to reflect on the ongoing fight for justice and the rights of First Nations

Throughout the week, we'll be hosting a series of events and activities to honour First Nations cultures and foster meaningful conversations about reconciliation.

Here’s a look at what’s on:

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Throughout National Reconciliation Week, you will have the opportunity to browse a vibrant market stall showcasing the incredible artistic talent of First Nations creatives.

Discover the products of Ngali, Blak Brews, Ngumpie Weaving, Kinya Lerrk, Ngarga Warendj, Haus of Dizzy, Clothing the Gaps, and Jala Jala Treats

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Connection Pins

Show your commitment to reconciliation by proudly wearing a Connection Pin, featuring artwork by Gudanji/Wakaja artist Ryhia Dank (Nardurna). You can pick yours up from Concierge or the First Nations Market Stall from Monday onwards. 

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Enjoy an insightful video of a conversation between First Nations business owner, Troy Benjamin, and Regional Social Impact Manager for Victoria at Lendlease, Jacquelin Saultry.

The two respectfully discuss many aspects of reconciliation, including disadvantage, loss, hope, connection, trauma, country and culture.

Once you've watched the video, enter our competition to win one of 11 First Nations prize packs. 

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For the fifth consecutive year, we proudly support the Schools Reconciliation Challenge, an initiative aimed at educating students about our indigenous culture and fostering positive contributions to society.

The remarkable artwork submitted by students in last year's challenge, celebrating the theme, "What Stories Will You Dream?" is on display at International Towers from the start of National Reconciliation Week until the end of NAIDOC week. 

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Join us for a special conversation with founder Luke Cook as he welcomes in Worimi (Aboriginal) man, Joshua Gilbert. Josh has extensive experience across Indigenous affairs, the environmental sector and sustainable agriculture. Josh is on the board for Indigenous Business Australia, the NSW Aboriginal Housing Office, KU Children's Services and the Australian Conservation Foundation and is the Aboriginal Co-Chair of Reconciliation NSW.

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Reconciliation NSW is the peak body for reconciliation in NSW. It undertakes projects and events at a state level and also works with community, government and non-government organisations. Its purpose is to advance reconciliation in NSW by promoting equitable and just communities that acknowledge and respect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures and values.

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