Saturday 27 May to Saturday 3 June

National Reconciliation Week offers people across Australia the opportunity to focus on reconciliation, to hear about the culture and history of Australia’s A&TSI peoples, and to explore new and better ways of meeting challenges in our communities. National Reconciliation Week is a time for us to renew our commitment to reconciliation and to think about how we can help turn around the continuing disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

Events commence around the country with acknowledgement of National Sorry Day, and end with Mabo Day celebrations.

For more information on local events for this celebratory week, go visit Reconciliation Australia’s website www.reconciliation.org.au