How Can You Participate In Reconciliation Week?

We have created four social media tiles and A3 posters for you to share during Reconciliation Week. Simply download the below images (just click on the image and right click to save image), share on your social media, and make sure to use the following hashtags: #MoreThanAWord #NRW2021 #Angusknightrecweek2021

Click here to download the A3 Posters of the below tiles.

Some links below will help you learn about Indigenous language and whose country you are on.

Links and Resources from around the Web

I’m going to learn about the spoken Aboriginal language of the land where I live
https://www.abc.net.au/indigenous/features/gambay-languages-map/

Find out who’s land you are on 
https://aiatsis.gov.au/explore/map-indigenous-australia

Thoughts, facts, and activities from Reconciliation Australia 
“During National Reconciliation Week, Reconciliation Australia invites you to join a national conversation about the value of recognition. This list of activity ideas ranges from basic, through to more challenging concepts” Some of the activities listed include: inviting a local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander elder/person to speak at your organisation, create a Reconciliation Action Plan,  Listen to some of the talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers at your work, get involved in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander events.  

https://www.reconciliation.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/NRW2014_Activites_FactS.pdf

National Reconciliation Week 2021 Events
https://nrw.reconciliation.org.au/calendar

National Events for Reconciliation Week
https://bit.ly/3eYNxKK

Download the Social Tiles, Posters, and Zoom Background from Reconciliation Australia 
https://nrw.reconciliation.org.au/posters-and-resources-2021/  

Colour for Reconciliation – Kids Colouring In and learn about the Artwork by Jessica Johnson 
Action by Jessica Johnson 

https://nrw.reconciliation.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/NRW-2021-Artwork-activity.pdf

Reconciliation Film Club 

Screen a documentary from Australia’s leading First Nations filmmakers with the Reconciliation Film Club. 

https://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/reconciliationfilmclub

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