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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 The Reconciliation Journey
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"Reconciliation is about two groups settling their differences so that they can move forward together. Reconciliation in Australia is about Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians learning from each other, understanding one another and building respectful relationships. It is also about taking an active part in working together.

Today in all areas of society, health, environment, schools, sport and the arts, peole are taking part in reconciliation. Through their programs and activites they are demonstrating 'reconciliation in action'.

In The Reconciliation Journey you will learn about the long road of reconciliation since the colonisation of Australia. Everyone has a role to play in reconciliation. Learning about Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives, and about Australia's shared history, is an important place to start."

(Source: Introduction. p.4)


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      ca. 2009 .
      • Series Editor: Jessica Jeeves.

        Edited by Paige Amore.

      ISBN: 9781420267297
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