Category - RECOGNISE News

RECOGNISE Youth is coming to Brisbane for a two-day workshop giving young Australians an opportunity to be youth ambassadors for the RECOGNISE campaign!

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RECOGNISE Youth is coming to Brisbane for a two-day workshop giving young Australians an opportunity to be youth ambassadors for the RECOGNISE campaign!

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THE Recognise Youth campaign has kicked off in Queensland, with young people travelling from across the state to discuss constitutional recognition.

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RECOGNISE Joint Campaign Director, Mark Yettica-Paulson, writes opinion piece for the Koori Mail about the big year ahead for constitutional recognition.

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Last week, the Journey to Recognition visited Brisbane on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th of November.

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The Journey to Recognition visited Logan yesterday to have a conversation about how to fix Australia’s Constitution. Over fifty members of the community joined the RECOGNISE team at Logan Gardens for a community afternoon.

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After following the progress of the Journey to Recognition for the last few years, I was lucky enough to join recently as a volunteer.

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Gary sings his support!

Posted on 25.09.2015 in 0

Nambucca Heads High School teacher and Gunggarri man Gary Cattanach recently stopped by the RECOGNISE office to yarn with the team and perform his song of support for the campaign.

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Kamilaroi and Anaiwan Elder Uncle Steve “Dugan” Widders has travelled with the Journey to Recognition relay since May, guiding the team as they wind their way around NSW.

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“Last week, we were graced by the stunning surrounds of the Wiradjuri nation – part of the Murrumbidgee River and Lachlan River region in New South Wales. While soaking up the sights on the Journey is definitely a highlight, this is and has always has been, about the people.”

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