Reconciliation Week 2021

Have you ever found yourself wanting to engage in conversation, but weren’t sure where to start?


The good news is that when it comes to First Peoples, ACU has a track record in encouraging genuine conversation among students and staff of the university as well as actively calling for change in the political sphere. You won’t find it hard to step into this conversation, and you’re welcome in it.

In the final week of the semester, beginning Monday 24 May, you’re invited to take part in a variety of different opportunities, depending on the campus, to explore and perhaps learn a little more about how you can help heal our nation. Whoever you are and whatever your background, it’s clear to see that the controls exercised and opportunities presented to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people have been more than just a rocky road.

Campus Ministry is encouraging collaboration between a range of Student Services and Indigenous Higher Education Units, inviting staff and students to undertake some simple actions and engage with others around the theme ‘more than a word’ across a number of days in Week 12. Local campus information will be distributed via Workplace and the Student Portal.

You’re welcome to the conversation.

Brother Michael Callinan

Campus Ministry Manager

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