This week is National Reconciliation Week, a time to reflect on our shared histories, cultures, and achievements as we strive for a more inclusive and equitable future. Observed annually from May 27 to June 3 in Australia, this week encourages us to deepen our understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and take meaningful steps toward reconciliation.
Let's make Reconciliation Week not just an event, but an ongoing commitment.
This week marks National Reconciliation Week, an annual event in Australia from May 27 to June 3 that provides us an opportunity to learn about and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. 🇦🇺💡 It also encourages us to think about how we can contribute to a more inclusive and equitable society.
Let's use this week as a starting point for ongoing commitment and action towards reconciliation.
This week, from May 27 to June 3, is National Reconciliation Week in Australia. The focus is on understanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and promoting inclusion and equity. Reconciliation Australia, initially formed as the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation in 1996, spearheads this initiative.
The week is bookended by two key dates: 'Sorry Day' on May 26, acknowledging the Stolen Generations, and 'Mabo Day' on June 3, marking a landmark legal case that recognized Indigenous land rights.
Let's use this time not just to observe, but to commit to ongoing action for reconciliation.
Reconciliation Week is an annual observance in Australia, celebrated from May 27 to June 3. It is a time for all Australians to learn about their shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.
Recognizing diverse holidays or days of observance in global teams is crucial as it fosters inclusivity and respect for different cultures. It also promotes understanding and unity among team members, enhancing their ability to work together effectively.
To observe Reconciliation Week at work, teams can: