May. 27 - Jun. 3, 2020National Reconciliation Week was initiated in 1996 to provide a special focus for nationwide activities. This week is a time to reflect on achievements and things still be done to achieve reconciliation. This week is timed to coincide with two significant dates in Australia’s history. These day are strong symbols of hope and direction for reconciliation: 27 May and 3 June.
Wed, Jun. 3, 2020 All DayMabo Day marks the anniversary of the High Court of Australia’s judgement in 1992 in the Mabo case. The case made against the State of Queensland on 3 June accepted the claim by Eddie Mabo and the other claimants that their people (the Meriam peoples) had occupied the Islands of Mer for hundreds of years before the arrival of the British. This is a day of...