Be a part of the next horizon
In 2024, Reconciliation WA will be leading Western Australia’s post referendum discussions, as we consider the future vision of the reconciliation movement.
We will be holding these yarns in February and March 2024, in partnership with a number of key organisations to ensure a broad community of views are heard.
About Reconciliation WA
A better future for all Western Australians
Reconciliation WA (RWA) is a not-for-profit organisation providing leadership, advocacy and support to people and organisations driving the reconciliation movement in Western Australia.
Our vision is a better future for our state, one that celebrates strong and positive relationships and outcomes between Aboriginal Peoples and the wider Western Australian community. Through education, support and our reconciliation programs, we focus on the creation of social and economic outcomes to ensure the cultures, rights and contributions of Aboriginal peoples are valued and respected.
As the peak body for reconciliation in WA, we also work with our state and territory reconciliation colleagues and Reconciliation Australia to support, promote and lead national reconciliation initiatives.
We have four types of membership
Joining Reconciliation WA means you’re committed to taking action.
Here you will make connections and get the support you need to act on your reconciliation journey.
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Join the movement
The reconciliation movement is supported and advanced each day by the actions of individuals, communities, and organisations. From the small and everyday actions anyone can make, to the large innovations which lead to meaningful and systemic change. Reconciliation is everyone’s business. We each have a part to play.What can I do?