National Reconciliation Week 2022
- Leaders Notes.pdfDownloaded 129 times
- National Reconciliation Week - Meeting PPT.pptxDownloaded 126 times
- Short Talk.pdfDownloaded 142 times
- Poster - 10 Ideas.pdfDownloaded 181 times
- Prayers from our Leaders.pdfDownloaded 150 times
- Reading and Viewing Guide.pdfDownloaded 98 times
- ALT Event Checklist.pdfDownloaded 64 times
- Group Discussion Cards.pdfDownloaded 89 times
- Commitment Card.pdfDownloaded 102 times
- Microsoft Teams Backgrounds.zipDownloaded 161 times
- Promotional Poster (A2).pdfDownloaded 93 times
- Social Media Images.zipDownloaded 128 times
National Reconciliation Week - Be Brave, Make Change.
National Reconciliation Week (May 27 – June 3) is launched by the observation of National Sorry Day on Thursday, May 26. National Sorry Day is a time for Australia to pause and acknowledge the grief, trauma and loss suffered by the Stolen Generations. National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.
This year’s National Reconciliation Week theme is ‘Be Brave, Make Change’, a challenge to all Australians to Be Brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can Make Change for the benefit of all Australians.
- 10 ideas for National Reconciliation Week poster
- Reading and viewing guide
- Prayers from our leaders
- ALT event checklist
- Sermon and meeting PPT
- Social media images
- Teams Backgrounds
You might also be interested in using:
- Reconciliation Action Plan artwork (animation)
- Acknowledgement of Country - Salvation Army leaders
- The Salvation Army walk on as partners for reconciliation
- Sue Hodge's National Acknowledgement of Country and
- The Blessing - Uncle Vince Ross
- The Salvation Army's Commitment to Reconciliation
We encourage you to visit Reconciliation.org.au for more information and resources.