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The RECOGNISE campaign has come to an end, and its parent organisation, Reconciliation Australia, will be taking responsibility for this important work in the future.

Further updates will be provided in the coming months. To stay informed, please visit the Reconciliation Australia website.

WA Celebrates National Reconciliation Week 2017

30 May, 2017

West Australian community members and leaders will gather to celebrate National Reconciliation Week (NRW) 2017 on Friday.


A message from Mark Yettica-Paulson

29 May, 2017

50 years ago my parents were subject to discrimination unimaginable today – living under a system of permits and with racism a feature of their daily lives. The 1967 referendum opened a new door for our people.


Uluru Statement from the Heart

26 May, 2017

Coming from all points of the southern sky, over 250 Delegates gathered at the 2017 First Nations National Constitutional Convention and today made a historic statement from the heart in hopes of improving the lives of future generations.


1967 referendum baby says constitutional reform is a necessary step on the road to reconciliation

26 May, 2017

Tomorrow marks 50 years since the historic referendum, when more than 90 per cent of Australians voted yes for equality. But May 27 also marks Yvette Salam’s 50th birthday.


Indigenous Youth Parliament delegates urged to be bold

24 May, 2017

Recognise Joint Campaign Director Mark Yettica-Paulson will meet with participants of the third National Indigenous Youth Parliament (NIYP) in Canberra today.


SA Recognise campaigner draws on 50-year family legacy ahead of referendum anniversary

23 May, 2017

Some six months after fronting the campaign in South Australia for constitutional recognition of Indigenous people, Ngarrindjeri man Luke Taylor hopes momentum will surge after the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum this weekend.