Join award-winning author Aunty Lesley Williams and other eminent speakers on Australia Day 2021 (26 Jan) for a Zoom webinar about the early history of Cherbourg and about growing up in this Aboriginal community town 170 km north-west of Brisbane.
Join Reconciliation Queensland and guest speaker Charmaine Foley on Australia Day, 26 January 2020, to remember the historic Walks for Reconciliation, twenty years ago.
An original poetry reading and rousing performances on the didgeridoo and Native American flute delighted Reconciliation Queensland members and guests when
Ancient lore merged into modern law when Kabi Kabi Elder Uncle Eugene Bargo and young lawyer turned comedian Leon Filewood took
AUSTRALIA DAY 2019 EVENT: Uncle Eugene Bargo starred in the SBS / NITV documentary series 'Surviving'. Leon Filewood is a young lawyer
Homelessness was the topic for RQI's well attended Australia Day / Survival Day panel discussion at Arana Leagues Club in Brisbane,
In acknowledging January 26th as a day of sorrow and reflection for many First Nations people, the Balaangala Community Group used the
Indigenous Australians make up 25 percent of the homeless population even though they comprise only 2.5 per cent of the population. This Australia Day, let’s talk about homelessness and how it is impacting our First Nations peoples.
This Australia Day 2017, join Reconciliation Queensland for a Q&A-style event at Arana Leagues Club, Keperra, to talk about racial discrimination.
Join us for a very special Reconciliation Queensland Inc. film event — “The Sapphires” with special guest speaker, film director, Wayne Blair.