26 January – Invasion Day
Don’t celebrate – Change the Date
Sunday 26 January 2014
Parliament Lawns – Hobart
Australia is the only nation in the world that marks the day of invasion as a national day of celebration.
Many Australians recognise that 26 January is not an appropriate date for celebrations and support the call for a new date which is respectful of Aboriginal people’s culture and heritage.
A rally and commemoration will be held to honour the lives and land that were stolen during ...
ROYAL COMMISSION INTO INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSES TO CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
Sharing Your Story
We know that child sexual abuse has happened in places that care for children such as sporting clubs, foster care, schools, boys and girls homes. These places are called institutions.
Were you or someone you know, sexually abused as a child in an institution? Your story can help the Royal Commission come up with better ways to protect others.
Healing the Past and Creating a Safer Future
The Federal Government has set up a ...
Tuesday 10th December 2013
11 - 12.30 Official Presentation in the Pyramids
milaythina - Song for Community and Country
Emily Burgess Story – the first office
State Secretary Speech
Photo Slide Show – Thank you to those whose shoulders we stand upon
‘Tasmanian Aborigine’ - poetry reading
Presentations from the Regions
T-Shirt and Memorabilia Display with games and prizes: Wear your Aboriginal t-shirts and hats.
Displays of cultural materials and photos
12.30 - 1pm Cultural Lunch
Open Community Festival Celebration all around Risdon Cove
Cook your ...