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SBS Learn | First Contact

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Reconciliation Australia welcomes constructive conversations around #FirstContact, as part of our national reconciliation conversation. First Contact airs tonight until Thursday on SBS Australia and NITV at 8:30pm.
“This trip, for me, drove home how far we’ve got to go in Australia when it comes to reconciliation.” - Tom Ballard

Until we achieve reconciliation, Australia will continue to fall short of its full potential as a nation.

Episode 3 of #FirstContact airs at 8:30pm tonight on SBS Australia and NITV.
We can’t change the past but we can learn from it. We can make amends and we can ensure mistakes are never repeated. Our nation’s past is reflected in the present and unless we can heal historical wounds, they will continue to play out in our country’s future.

First Contact airs on SBS Australia and NITV at 8:30pm. Catch missed episodes on SBS On Demand.

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“There were so many moments when you had to remind yourself that you were in the same country that you were born in, and grew up in,” says Tom Ballard.

Episode 2 of First Contact airs tonight at 8:30pm on SBS Australia and NITV. Catch last night's episode on SBS On Demand.

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Teacher. Train driver. Football player. Police officer.

First Contact starts Tuesday 29 November at 8:30pm on SBS Australia and NITV. Catch missed episodes on SBS On Demand.
Reconciliation Australia welcomes constructive conversations around #FirstContact, as part of our national reconciliation conversation. First Contact airs tonight until Thursday on SBS Australia and NITV at 8:30pm.
First Contact sees six well-known Australians immersed into Aboriginal Australia for the first time as they embark on a 28-day journey which is at times confronting, emotional and uplifting.

First Contact airs on SBS Australia and NITV tonight until Thursday 8:30pm. #FirstContact

Influential Indigenous voices reflect on First Contact

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While 6 out of 10 Australians say they have had little or no contact with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, almost all Australians believe the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians is important.

First Contact airs on SBS Australia and NITV from Tuesday to Thursday, 8:30pm.

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The winners of the #IGAs2016 were announced at a celebratory dinner on Thursday, 24 November 2016.

Following a rigorous judging process, Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation (Western Desert Dialysis) was selected as the winner of the Category A Award for incorporated organisations, while Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly (Murdi Paaki) was honoured as winner...
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Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly (Murdi Paaki) has been honoured as among our Indigenous Governance Award winners (Category B) for non-incorporated projects.

Murdi Paaki’s success “comes from the fact they’re made up of community members, which gives them power to advocate”, said Professor Mick Dodson. “They show leadership, vision, and fearlessness, and they are practicing self-determination.”
Reconciliation Australia, in partnership with BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities, are proud to reveal the winners of the Indigenous Governance Awards 2016 and celebrate the strength of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led organisations and projects across Australia.

We are proud to announce Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation (Western Desert...
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The Purple House Fund Launch

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Reconciliation Australia, in partnership with BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities, last night revealed the winners of the Indigenous Governance Awards 2016 and celebrated the strength of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led organisations and projects across Australia.

Following a rigorous judging process WDNWPT Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation...
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Culture and self-determination key to effective and lasting change. Nine high-performing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and initiatives have been selected as finalists in the 2016 Indigenous Governance Awards.

The winners of the #IGAs2016 will be announced tonight.

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Congratulations Isaiah Firebrace!
Mallee District Aboriginal Services (MDAS) recognises the benefits to health and well-being of reconnecting the community with culture and building pride in local Aboriginal heritage. MDAS’s Elders painting program (pictured) is just one of the many services that supports improved life outcomes for communities along the Murray River in Victoria and New South Wales.

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Where there is widespread acceptance of our nation’s history, and agreement that the wrongs of the past will never be repeated, we move closer to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

#FirstContact - Starts Tuesday 29th November on SBS Australia and NITV 8.30pm.
The Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage 2016 report "really is the most comprehensive report on our well-being produced here in Australia so far," says Uncle Jack Charles. "It's really good for any generation, or any attention span!"

Watch the video below to find out more:

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Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage with Jack Charles

As part of the release of Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage 2016 we have a great video produced by NITV starring Jack Charles as himself and Kylie Bracknell...

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"Reconciliation... evokes interpersonal relationships, but it's also about accommodating different ideas and beliefs. Implicit in this is a preparedness to move and shift our opinions and attitudes, both personally and collectively."

Watch Prof. Mick Dodson's powerful speech in full here: goo.gl/ajHpF7.

Unmet fundamental issues ‘really gnaw at me’: Mick Dodson | Australian Human Rights Commission

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