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THE JOURNEY CONTINUES

The RECOGNISE campaign has come to an end and its parent organisation, Reconciliation Australia, will be taking responsibility for this important work. To stay informed visit

RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIA

Latest News

A message from Mark Yettica-Paulson about RECOGNISE

12 Aug, 2017

You may have heard in the media that the RECOGNISE campaign is changing.

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Support for recognition and reconciliation

11 Aug, 2017

Reconciliation Australia welcomes the Referendum Council’s report, 30 June 2017, and acknowledges the months of listening, consultation and consideration that have resulted in its singular recommendation for referendum.

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Final Report presented to Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition

30 Jun, 2017

The Referendum Council has today presented its final report to the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition.

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The Know

Get the facts

Like the successful 1967 referendum, the Mabo decision and native title, meaningful constitutional recognition is an important next step in the journey to reconciliation.

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Read the History

A large number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations have campaigned for meaningful constitutional recognition for decades. Find out who has been calling for change.

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Get Involved

More than 300,000 everyday Australians joined the RECOGNISE movement. Find out how you can stay informed.

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