Category: Walking Together as First and Second Peoples

Learning on and with Country

By Alison Overeem, Leprena Centre Manager, UAICC A group of over 70 people gathered for the unveiling of the Cultural Landscape at Leprena, the home of UAICC Tasmania in Glenorchy. The completion of the playscape was a culmination of over two years planning with community, staff, committee and designers. We want visitors and family of Leprena to […]

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Creative Reconciliation

This story was originally published by New Times, the Synod of SA publication. Adelaide West Uniting Church (AWUC) is collaborating with their local community to help transform their shared space with the Uniting College of Leadership and Theology, into a practical space of reconciliation. Adelaide West Uniting Church was recently awarded an Environment and Community […]

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UnitingCare Listening Tour

By Claerwen Little, UnitingCare National Director Last week I travelled through Arnhem Land with two of our network colleagues Amanda Hunt, CEO UnitingCare West and Tamra Bridges, General Manager for UnitingCare Queensland’s Indigenous Services Panangba. The journey was a listening tour, taking the theme of this year’s Garma Festival ‘Truth-Telling’ to spend time on country with […]

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Presenting on Sovereignty

Immediate Past President Stuart McMillan and General Secretary Colleen Geyer presented to the 15th Assembly the Proposal to affirm First People’s as Sovereign. This is what they said. PROPOSER: Stuart McMillan President, it is our privilege to bring this proposal to the Assembly on behalf of the Standing Committee. The lie of terra nullius is […]

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