National Reconciliation Week runs from 27 May to 3 June 2019 and Flinders University is preparing to host a range of activities in line with this year’s theme – Grounded in truth, walk together with courage.
Activities and discussions next week centre around inviting all Australians to explore how we can contribute to achieving reconciliation by improving knowledge of shared histories, cultures and achievements. A range of events will encourage immersion in discussion, unlearning and relearning knowledge, and increasing activity towards a unified future.
Flinders University recognises the unique position of Indigenous Australians as First Nations people and is committed to Indigenous education and engagement.
Flinders University hosted or partnered events:
Southern Elders’ traditional weaving workshop
Monday 27 May, 11am to 1pm
Flinders Pantry + Cafe, Sturt campus
Rabbit Proof Fence (2002) – free movie screening
Tuesday 28 May, 2pm
Oasis Building, Bedford Park campus
Lowitja O’Donoghue Oration – Storytelling: Culture, Truth-telling and the Arts
Tuesday 28 May, 6.30 to 8.30pm
Bonython Hall, North Terrace
The Sapphires (2012) – free movie screening
Thursday 30 May, 12pm
The Plaza, Bedford Park campus
2019 Ruth and Vincent Megaw Lecture in Archaeology and Art
The History of Aboriginal Art in 25 Pictures… more or less…
Thursday 30 May 2019, 5.15 to 7.15pm
Alere Function Centre, Level 2, The Hub, Bedford Park campus
South Adelaide vs Woodville-West, SANFL Indigenous Round
Saturday 13 July
Flinders University Stadium, Noarlunga Downs
Find out more on Flinders’ National Reconciliation Week webpage.
Check the reconciliation.org.au website for all events.