Check out this page for information about how to get involved in Reconciliation Week at the University of Melbourne.
The University's ceremonial possum skin cloak welcomes students and portrays learning and personal journeys, it is on display at the Baillieu Library during Reconciliation Week
The number of people able to experience Billibellary's Walk is set to increase with the launch of a new smartphone app in March 2015.
Calling University of Melbourne staff interested in being part of a Reading Group which has as its focus books by Indigenous authors. Join us on 16 November to discuss Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous Sovereignty Matters, Edited by Aileen Moreton Robinson
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The genius of Australian Indigenous languages, and why they are important for all of us
Australia’s Indigenous languages exhibit many interesting and unique properties that have contributed greatly to our understanding of how human beings process and perceive the world around them. However, much of this knowledge…
Reconciliation or Decolonisation?
The effects of colonisation in Australia continue to impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in many areas of life including health and education outcomes, incarceration, housing, community capacity and social inequity.…