Reconciliation Victoria News
Be a part of history in the making
Join us as we take the first steps on Australia's 'Journey to Recognition' - an epic relay across our country as momentum builds to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our Constitution.
Koori Community Justice Awards
Calls for nominations are now open for the Koori Community Justice Awards.
May eNews out now
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Historic Settlement of Dja Dja Wurrung Native Title Claim
The Victorian Government and the Dja Dja Wurrung people have reached a landmark native title settlement that formally recognises the Dja Dja Wurrung people as the traditional owner group for lands in central Victoria.
Our new-look Autumn Newsletter
Our new-look Autumn Newsletter (or gwangal moronn - Gariwerd season of the honey bees) is now available for download.
RecVic welcomes launch of Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement Phase 3
On 13 March, 2013, the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement Phase 3 (AJA3) was launched in Queen's Hall, Parliament House, Melbourne.
Moving event at Federation Square to commemorate the National Apology
A big crowd turned out on a beautiful Melbourne summer morning to commemorate the 5th Anniversary of the National Apology at Federation Square.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Recognition Bill passed!
Today's Apology anniversary also coincided with the passing of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Recognition Bill.
Another step closer to our goal!
Act of Recognition introduced into Parliament.
Join the conversation about Reconciliation
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National Reconciliation Week - a great success!
National Reconciliation Week Event Calendar now live!
Promoting Reconciliation through Local Government
Over the past year, Reconciliation Victoria has led the Reconciliation in Local Government Action Research Project, in partnership with the Victorian Local Governance Association (VLGA) and Reconciliation Australia, and with funding support from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria.
RecVic's Resolution on Constitutional Recognition
Resolution adopted by Reconciliation Victoria on 6 February 2012: