Shared histories explored

NATIONAL Reconciliation Week is an important time for all at to learn about our shared histories, cultures and national achievements and explore how each of us can contribute to achieving true reconciliation in Australia.

Staff participated in activities across our regions, including screenings of the documentary Kanyini to enhance our learning.

The film outlines 40,000 years of culture and one philosophy that connects us all.

Thanks to the support of City of Mount Gambier, our Limestone Coast screening was held at the Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre, with the public invited to join our team for the film and also hear from our special guest, Boandik woman Aunty Michelle Jacquelin-Furr.

Screenings in all three regions were followed by group discussions and Aunty Michelle facilitated a question and answer session at the public Mount Gambier screening.