July 14 2022
For the team at Singleton Doctors the opportunity to utilise a PHN NAIDOC Week 2022 grant to plan a big celebration was met with excitement and a flurry of big ideas. The weather, however, had a different plan.
Posted February 13, 2024
On 13 February 2008, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's formal apology to the First Nations Stolen Generation people and their families was a momentous event in our nation's history. It symbolises a significant step towards healing, reconciliation and fostering a more inclusive and equitable society.
National Apology Day is a powerful platform that allows us to reflect on our past, make amends, and move forward with a more positive outlook. Its key elements are deeply meaningful:
In summary, National Apology Day is a day of hope, healing, and positive change. It serves as a beacon of progress in our ongoing efforts to build a more inclusive and equitable society, where the mistakes of the past drive us towards a brighter and more harmonious future.
National Apology | National Museum of Australia (nma.gov.au)
National Apology: A significant day in Australia's history | News | Everymind
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