Reconciliation Victoria believes educating students about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures, and Australia's true history, is fundamental to achieving long-term change and meaningful reconciliation. As a part of this work, Reconciliation Victoria is working with Reconciliation Australia's Narragunnawali team and key education stakeholders to more deeply understand the Victorian education sectors needs in the reconciliation space and to identify what could be our unique contribution in supporting Victorian schools and early learning services in understanding and promoting a holistic and collaborative approach to reconciliation.
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Reconciliation Victoria are constantly working to facilitate relationships and connections between schools and local reconciliation groups and networks, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members and organisations.
How we can support each other.
Reconciliation Victoria does not oversee Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs). RAPs are a program run by Reconciliation Australia, which Reconciliation Victoria is independent from. The Narragunnawali program supports schools and early learning services to develop environments that foster a high level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions. The Narragunnawali platform is free to access, and has a range of features – including an extensive suite of professional learning and curriculum resources – to support the development, implementation and management of Reconciliation Action Plans.