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Reconciliation Week at Curtin

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Curtin is proud to be involved in National Reconciliation Week, which celebrates and builds on the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians.

National Reconciliation Week 2018 runs from 27 May to 3 June with the theme Don't keep history a mystery, Curtin will hold a series of events during National Reconciliation Week to honour this message.

Learn more about National Reconciliation Week and its theme on the Reconciliation Australia website.

Events at Curtin

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What's on all week...

11:30am - 1:30pm
Reconciliation Themed TEDx Talks
Location: Westfarmers Court

Reconciliation Resources Display
Location: Building 105, Robertson Library

CAS History Display
Location: Building 211, Centre for Aboriginal Studies

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Fri 25th May, 2018

Sorry Day Ceremony
10:00am - 11:15am
Location: Building 211, Centre for Aboriginal Studies

Tues 29th May, 2018

5:00pm - 8:00pm
Djeran Bonus Round - Trivia Night
Location: Building 106C, The Tavern

Wed 29th May, 2018

6:30pm - 9:00pm
Namatjira Project Movie Screening
Location: HOYTS Carousel, Cannington
*Tickets must be purchased to attend: CAS.Events@curtin.edu.au

Fri 1st June, 2018

12:30pm
Reconciliation WA Terrace Walk For Reconciliation
Location: Hoyts Carousel, Cannington
*For more informationadmin@recwa.org.au  

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Reconciliation Week Events

Curtin Reconciliation Week:
Check out what's on around Campus: Curtin NRW Poster

Curtin Guild:
Check out the Guild events: Djeran Week Poster

Reconciliation Week 2017 Newsletter:
Download newsletter     

For more information on Reconciliation and how to become involved, you can visit Reconciliation Australia's website.       

Welcome to Country

Welcome to Country from Professor Simon Forrest

A Welcome to Country ceremony is a traditional Aboriginal blessing, symbolising the traditional owners’ consent to an event taking place on their land. Curtin acknowledges the Nyungar people as the traditional owners of the land on which our main campus is sited and a welcome to country is performed at all major Curtin public events.

For enquiries about a Welcome Ceremony:

Contact: Professor Simon Forrest
Email: s.forrest@curtin.edu.au
Phone: 08 9266 1030