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NRW 2023

National Reconciliation Week 2023

27 May – 3 June | #NRW2023

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Be a Voice for Generations!

2023 marks a significant year for the reconciliation movement, and this year’s theme, Be a Voice for Generations, urges all Australians to use their power, their words and their vote to create a better, more just Australia for all of us.  

That’s why this year, we’re calling on every individual, organisation and community in WA to join us for National Reconciliation Week 2023. Our program will include a variety of events designed to inspire another year of reconciliation action across the State.

Planning ahead? Save the dates for our flagship events:
NRW Virtual Breakfast – Thursday 25 May
Walk for Reconciliation – Friday 2 June

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NRW Community Briefings

Join Reconciliation WA for an online briefing on how you and your family, workplace, and community can get involved this NRW and Be a Voice for Generations.

The Community Briefings will give you an overview of our event program for NRW 2023, and provide links to resources to help you get inspired for the year ahead.

Briefing Dates
Community Briefings (For everyone):
Wednesday 8 March, 1pm-1.45pm, Online
Tuesday 21 March, 10am-10.45am, Online

Education RING and NRW Briefing (For Schools and Early Learning Centres):
Thursday 30 March, 9am – 10.30am, Online and in-person

State Government Briefing (For State Government Departments and Agencies):
Thursday 30 March, 11am – 11.45am, Online

WALGA Briefing (For WA Local Governments and Councils):
Thursday 30 March, 2pm – 2.45pm, Online

Register now
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The 2023 NRW theme calls on all Australians to act today to tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation.

Reconciliation is all about building a better nation.

A more united Australia that respects and takes pride in 65,000 years of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories, stories and achievements.

An Australia that believes in the right of First Nations peoples to make decisions about their lives and their communities.

An Australia that stands opposed to racism, inequity and injustice.

To be a voice for reconciliation today means the start of real change tomorrow. It means amplifying the calls of past generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples that have fought hard and paved the way. And it means using your power, your words and your vote to create a better, more just Australia for all of us.

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March is Member's Month!

NRW Event Registrations now open for Reconciliation WA Members.

We invite all Reconciliation WA Members to get involved with the National Reconciliation Week program.

Events open to the wider public Monday 3rd April.

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Get involved!

Take a look at our 2023 NRW program.

27 May

National Reconciliation Week: Uluru Youth Yarns

29 May

National Reconciliation Week: Reconciliation Yarns

30 May

National Reconciliation Week: Reconciliation Memoirs with Dr Richard Walley OAM

02 Jun

National Reconciliation Week: Walk for Reconciliation