National Reconciliation Week 2017
This year’s National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is especially significant as the nation celebrates two major milestones in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history‑ on 27 May, the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum and 3 June, the 25th anniversary of the High Court of Australia's Mabo decision.
Explore the Sorry Books
The Sorry Books are a powerful record of the personal responses of Australians to the unfolding history of the Stolen Generations. They are a “people’s apology” for past wrongs to Indigenous Australians, a public expression of regret, compassion, and hope.
Calling the Shots - Aboriginal Photographies
Photographs can be used to explore Aboriginal history and to reclaim culture.
Aboriginal and Islander Sports Hall of Fame
Just who is in the Aboriginal and Islander Sports Hall of Fame?
AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia
The Aboriginal Australia map is an attempt to represent all the language, tribal or nation groups of the Indigenous people of Australia.
On International Women's Day 2017, AIATSIS honours Dr June Oscar AO
The UN Women National Committee’s theme for International Women Day’s 2017, Empower a woman, empower a nation, is about transforming the lives of women and girls through empowerment.
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