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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Apply for QLD Youth workshop now!

Posted on 31.10.2016 in 0

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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All states done; nation to come!

Posted on 27.10.2016 in 1

There has been a unanimous vote in the Tasmanian Parliament to recognise Aboriginal people in the state’s Constitution! Tasmania is the final state to do this!

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We’ve extended our deadline for applications for the Field Leader roles until Monday 17th October.
We want to have one more week to promote these important positions. We need to ensure that we reach as many people as possible so that we get the most exceptional candidates in each city across Australia.

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We’re pleased to announce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community leader, Mark Yettica-Paulson has been appointed as the new Joint Campaign Director for RECOGNISE!

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The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples is a day of reflection and celebration for all indigenous peoples around the world. As a young Aboriginal Australian, I am taking a moment to reflect on our long-standing culture, the longest, continuous surviving culture in the world, and to celebrate what our people have achieved and overcome.

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