What Reconciliation Means to Me – video call out

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) runs annually from 27 May – 3 June. These dates mark two milestones in Australia’s reconciliation journey: The 1967 referendum and the historic Mabo decision, respectively.

At Flinders University we recognise the unique position of Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander Australians as First Nations people and are committed to Indigenous education and engagement.

In preparation for Reconciliation Week at Flinders University, we’re inviting staff to submit a few words detailing What Reconciliation Means to You, which we will use to develop a video for Reconciliation Week.

The video

Your responses will be woven into the video script, becoming part of what we’re sure will be a great demonstration of Flinders’ commitment.

But we want more than just your words

We want you to be part of the video itself. Next Wednesday, 20 May, we’d love to take a few minutes of your time to record you speaking one of your submitted lines. Don’t worry, we’ll make the entire process quick and easy, and you’ll have the opportunity to show your support for National Reconciliation Week.

Please email Sally Kloeden with your words by no later than Friday, 15 May and indicate if you can be available for approximately 10-15 minutes at Bedford Park campus on Wednesday, 20 May before 1pm.

Please contact Sally if you have any questions.


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