You are invited to a morning tea organised by Link-Up Victoria and Connecting Home in partnership with the City of Darebin to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations by the Australian Government to be held on Tuesday, 13th February, 2018. Starting at 10am and finishing at 11.30am this event will be held at the … Read More
We invite you to join us to acknowledge National Sorry Day and ensure that this day does not go unnoticed, that this day con nues to be a day of significance for everyone!
You are invited to a morning tea organised by Link-Up Victoria in partnership with the City of Darebin to commemorate the ninth anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations by the Australian Government to be held on Monday, 13th February, 2017. Starting at 10.30am and finishing at 11.30am this event will be held in the Darebin Council Shire … Read More
Out of the 365 days of the calendar year there are only four days that are national days of commemoration focusing on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people – Anniversary of the National Apology Day – 13 February, National Sorry Day – 26 May, NAIDOC Day – second Friday in July and Mabo Day – 3 June. As a service … Read More
National Reconciliation Week was initiated in 1996 by Reconciliation Australia to celebrate indigenous history and culture in Australia and foster reconciliation discussion and activities. It is held between 27 May and 3 June of each year, with the dates holding special historical significance: the former marks the anniversary of the 1967 referendum in Australia and the latter marks the anniversary of High Court of Australia judgement on the Mabo v Queensland of 1992. National Reconciliation Week is an annual … Read More
Link-Up Victoria organises various healing events, programs and activities for the Stolen Generations. This event has been organised by Link-Up Victoria to provide a relaxing and cultural week end away for women who are Stolen Generations. This event is fully booked but you can still register and go on the waiting list or ask that your details be kept for … Read More