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CONTENTS

People's Walk for Reconciliation

National Reconciliation Week 2000

Memorial Honours Tasmanian Veterans

Views on Reconciliation and the Document

Reconciliation at the Mardi Gras

Views from the Torres Strait

Nuns Honour Military Hero

Youth Parliament on Reconciliation

Indigenous art at Sydney International Airport

Corroboree 2000 supporters

 


THE COUNCIL'S VISION

A united Australia which respects this land of ours; values the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage; and provides justice and equity for all.


FURTHER INFORMATION

For information about the work of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation and reconciliation activities at a local level, please contact the Australians for Reconciliation Coordinator in your State or Territory.

ACT

NSW

Northern Territory

Queensland

South Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

1800 804 330

1800 060 266

1800 060 268

1800 060 267

1800 060 270

1800 659 363

1800 060 265

1800 060 269

 


walk together

Walking Together aims to promote the reconciliation process and the work of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation. It is a quarterly production compiled by the Council's Secretariat.

Council welcomes contributions but reserves the right to edit articles for brevity and clarity.

The views expressed in signed articles or interviews with individuals are not necessarily the views of the Council.

Information may be copied free of charge as long as the source is acknowledged.

Inquiries can be made to:

Walking Together
Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation
Locked Bag 14
KINGSTON ACT 2604

Telephone: (02) 6271 5120


Email address:
car@dpmc.gov.au



FRONT COVER

Council's poster advertising the People's Walk for Reconciliation will be displayed throughout NSW and the ACT. The poster will be displayed in all NSW Railway stations with the support of CityRail. Poster designed by Design Direction.

RECONCILIATION ON THE WEB

Council has changed its home page address. The new address is: www.reconciliation.org.au

This site has been updated to include regular bulletins on Corroboree 2000 and National Reconciliation Week 2000. Council's final proposals for a Document for Reconciliation will be loaded on the website during Corroboree 2000 so that the many people who have contributed to its development can view its final form.

The site also has a 'Hot News' page which will feature other important information.

 

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