National Reconciliation Week

National Reconciliation Week is celebrated from 27 May–3 June each year.

National Reconciliation Week is a national campaign celebrating and building on respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous peoples. The dates commemorate two significant milestones in the reconciliation journey—the successful 1967 referendum (27 May) and the 1992 High Court Mabo decision (3 June).

The national theme for 2020 is ‘In This Together’.

This year marks 20 years of shaping Australia’s journey towards a more just, equitable and reconciled nation. 2020 also marks the twentieth anniversary of the reconciliation walks of 2000, when people came together to show their support for a more reconciled Australia.

How can you get involved?

Take a snap and share your story!

Upload a photo to Facebook or Instagram showing us how you are ‘In This Together’.

Make sure to tag us in your photos (@deadly.stories) and use the hashtags #InThisTogether, #NRW2020 and #deadlystories.

To stay connected, follow our Facebook and Instagram accounts.

NRW 2020 graphics pack 

We have created a suite of graphics that can be used in workplaces or on social media to support and promote NRW 2020.

Queensland Government and reconciliation

The Queensland Government is working on a number of initiatives as an act of reconciliation.

More information

Download graphics

A range of graphics are available that can be used in workplaces or on social media to support and promote NRW 2020.