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Reconciliation in Action Database

Category: Policy/Strategy
Sub Category:Research | Report | Policy/Strategy
Subject Matter: | Recognition of Traditional Rights and Interests | Reconciliation
Summary Information:
Reconciliation Australia is the independent, non-profit body established by the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation to provide a continuing national focus for Reconciliation after the Council ended its work in December 2000.
Reconciliation Australia's vision is for a united Australia which respects this land, values the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and provides justice and equity for all.

In order to make this vision a reality, Reconciliation Australia aims to deliver tangible outcomes for reconciliation by forging innovative partnerships to:
- Achieve social and economic equity for Indigenous Australians;
- Strengthen the people's movement for reconciliation; and
- Acknowledge the past and build a framework for a shared future.

Related Entries

  • Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation - Previous
  • Event
  • Australian Reconciliation Convention
  • Draft Declaration of Reconciliation

  • Glossary


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