Working towards just and respectful relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
Reconciliation Victoria is the product of a people's movement and thereby encourages and promotes community participation in all its activities.
Throughout both metropolitan and regional Victoria, Reconciliation Victoria supports and works closely with a network of Local Reconciliation Groups (LRGs), which are active in promoting cultural awareness, understanding and education in the broader community.
To join the movement for Reconciliation and be kept up-to-date with Reconciliation Victoria activities and issues relevant to reconciliation in Victoria, you can
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2016 Australian Reconciliation Barometer shows racism on the rise
The Reconciliation Barometer is a biennial, national research study, conducted by Reconciliation Australia since 2008. The Barometer measures attitudes and perceptions towards reconciliation, and maps our progress towards the five dimensions of reconciliation. The 2016 Barometer is out now.
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