Our webinars are a free resource available to educators interested in embedding reconciliation into education.
5 October 2023
Reconciliation Victoria hosted a webinar with special guest special guest Lisa Moloney (FIRE Carrier Program).
Rec Vic Education Officer, Sarah Joyce and Lisa discussed:
7 September 2023
Reconciliation Victoria hosted a webinar on how to address racism and embed culturally safe strategies and practices into classrooms.
For this session, Rec Vic's Education Officer, Sarah Joyce, was joined by special guest, Arbup Peters, Koorie Education Coordinator at the Department of Education and Training.
17 August 2023
Special guest Rueben Berg, Co-Chair of the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria discussed the Voice to Parliament Referendum and how to talk about it in the classroom and wider school community.
Rueben provides an understanding of a constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament and talks to the important of progressing all three aspects of the Uluru Statement: Voice, Treaty and Truth.
20 July 2023
For National Science Week, Reconciliation Victoria First Nations Project Officers, Claire Hyett (Gunaikurnai) and Jayde Hopkins (Gurundji, Woolwonga) presented a webinar on how to embed First Peoples' science into the classroom.
This webinar is a great resource for educators to incorporate First Peoples’ knowledge within STEM.
25 May 2023
Reconciliation Victoria Education Officer Sarah Joyce was joined by Brent Ryan, Assistant Director, Education at the Yoorrook Justice Commission.
Learn more about the Yoorrook Justice Commission and practical ways to embed truth-telling in the classrooms.
25 February 2023
This webinar focuses on reconciliation in Victorian education with an introduction to Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Education program.
Reconciliation Victoria's Project Support Officer Claire Hyett was joined by Narragunnawali RAPs Community Senior Officer Esma Livermore.
24 November 2022
Reconciliation Victoria Education Officer Jo Drummond and Reconciliation Victoria Co-Chair Uncle Shane Charles reflected on connection to Country from a First Nations perspective.