Be A Voice For Generations

The theme for this year’s National Reconciliation Week (Saturday 27 May – Friday 3 June) is Be a Voice for Generations, which encourages us to be a voice for reconciliation in our everyday lives.

‘Tablelands Regional Council (TRC) is committed to playing a critical role, in partnership with our community, in establishing a clear roadmap towards reconciliation,’ said Reconciliation Action Advisory Committee chair Councillor Bernie Wilce.

‘To celebrate this national occasion we have worked with community organisations to plan a number of events across the region.

‘There will be a Family Fun Day at Mount Garnet, art workshops, exhibitions and so much more.

Find out more and add your event to our calendar.

‘Our reconciliation journey isn’t restricted to National Reconciliation Week.

‘Our Reconciliation Action Advisory Committee, made up of representatives from the Southern Tableland Traditional Owners Alliance and TRC staff, meets regularly to advise Council on the development and implementation of our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

‘Our Innovate RAP provides us with a clear direction to continue to advance reconciliation in the region, and we’re keen to work with businesses and organisations on their own RAP journey.

‘Get in touch if you’d like to work with us,’ said Councillor Wilce.

The National Reconciliation Week events are proudly funded by the QLD Government Celebrate Reconciliation Grant.