National Reconciliation Week

Image of dancers at Reconciliation Week

A performance at last year's event

National Reconciliation Week, held annually from 27 May to 3 June, is a time to celebrate and build on the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. Highlights at the University include:

Sea of Hands
Camperdown Campus
10am-3pm, daily
Monday 27 May – Monday 3 June
Show your support for reconciliation in Australia by planting a hand in Sydney’s public artwork.

Flag Raising Ceremony and
Community Barbecue

Monday 27 May 12.30-2pm
Featuring keynote speakers, entertainment and a free BBQ lunch

"I’m Not Racist But ..." panel discussion
7pm Saturday 25 May, Seymour Centre

Forum on recognition of Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians
6pm Tuesday 28 May, Law School Foyer