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2024 Reconciliation Week Street Banners are up

May 23, 2024
Organisations and local governments across metropolitan Perth and regional WA have once again joined together in a stunning display of unity through the annual Reconciliation Week Street Banners Project.
Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags

Flying of Flags: National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week

May 23, 2023

LG Alert

National Sorry Day, 26 May 2023 and National Reconciliation Week, 27 May to 3 June 2023
A poster of an artwork by Beverley Rogers with the words, 'See your banner fly in the 2023 Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program'.'

Banners are a striking way to display support for reconciliation

Feb 28, 2023
Bookings to sponsor a Reconciliation Week street banner have now been extended to Friday 10 March 2023.
Reconciliation Week

Reconciliation Week street banners have rolled out across WA

May 27, 2022
The Reconciliation Week Street Banner project is in its 11th year with a record number of banners flying across prominent locations in regional and metro Western Australia.
Illustration of positive and diverse Aboriginal people. Be Brave. Make Change. National Reconciliation Week 2022.

National Reconciliation Week kicks off in WA

May 27, 2022
The State Government is proud to join this year's National Reconciliation Week, challenging all Western Australians to consider the 2022 theme of 'Be Brave. Make Change'.
Reconciliation banners on St Georges Terrace, Perth

Street banners celebrate National Reconciliation Week

Jun 1, 2021
Organisations from across Western Australia are showing their commitment to and support for reconciliation by sponsoring a banner through the Reconciliation Week Street Banner Project.
Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags

Flying of flags: National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week

May 20, 2021

LG Alert

Flying the Indigenous flags on National Sorry Day and throughout National Reconciliation Week recognises the significance of these events for all Australians and is a sign of respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture.
Reconcilation Week banner artwork by Western Australian Aboriginal artist Tee Jay Worrigal

Reconciliation Street Banner Project deadline extended!

Mar 26, 2021
The department is calling on organisations and local governments to show their commitment to reconciliation, by sponsoring a Reconciliation Week Street Banner.
Rottnest Island Lighthouse on top of the steps from the beach.

State Government commences historic Rottnest Island Wadjemup Project

Jun 2, 2020
A project to reconcile the history of Aboriginal people's imprisonment at Rottnest Island is one step closer, with the development of a cultural authority process to lead State-wide Aboriginal community engagement.
National Reconciliation Week 2020 banner

'In this together': online National Reconciliation Week celebrations begin this week

May 26, 2020
Western Australians are encouraged to join the digital celebration of Reconciliation Week 2020, as COVID-19 reminds us that, more than ever, we are 'In this together'.
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