To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and National Harmony Day (March 21),  this campaign invites every Australian to reject racism and deepen their connections with the long and impressive story of the first Australians.

  • What do you know about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture?
  • What can Australians do to understand Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and history better?
  • Why should Australian’s be proud of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and history?
  • What is an everyday act that you can do to build understanding with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culture and the broader community?

Imagine if – just by valuing and celebrating the inspiring achievements and practices of the world’s oldest living cultures and calling out racism whenever it occurs – we could literally save lives.

Belinda Duarte, CEO, Culture is Life, Wotjobaluk.

Resources

 

How do we as Australians continue to seek more information to deepen our understanding of our First Peoples?

 

What can we do to build a nation that values culture and is free from racial discrimination for all Australians?

 

Are we missing out on the true joy of the world’s oldest living cultures?

 

What does a deep, rich sense of community look like for all Australians?

 

How does Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, history and sport inspire you?

 

What can Australians do to understand Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and history better? 

 

What do you know about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture?

 

What is an everyday act that you can do to build understanding with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culture and the broader community?


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