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Indigenous Australians

Topics : Indigenous

indigenous_art.pngSince the establishment of the IEUA Indigenous Committee, our union has been working to highlight the issues that matter to our Indigenous members.

Our union also works with the Queensland Council of Unions’ Indigenous Working Committee as part of a commitment to ensure that the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are heard, and their best interests are promoted.

Yarning Circle Meetings 2017

Our Yarning Circle will run again in 2017, providing an important networking opportunity for our Indigenous members and a forum to inform our campaining and advocacy.

The Yarning Circle will meet four times over the course of the year with full details to be advised closer to the dates:

  • Yarning Circle Meeting #1 - 23 February 2017, Hymba Yumba School, Springfield
  • Yarning Circle Meeting #2 - 25 May 2017, Venue TBA
  • Yarning Circle Meeting #3 - 17 August 2017, Venue TBA
  • Yarning Circle Meeting #4 - 26 October 2017, Venue TBA

If you'd like to know more about the Yarning Circle or register your interest in joining, please let us know via email to enquiries@qieu.asn.au or by phone 1800 177 938.

Reconciliation in Schools

RWS8_web.jpgOur members are joining the push toward reconciliation by becoming involved in Narragunnawali, Reconciliation Australia's Reconciliation in Schools and Early Learning program.

The program helps employees in schools to design and implement a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in their workplace.

A RAP is an important document which provides concrete strategies to support reconciliation and includes meaningful, practical plans to develop relationships, show respect and increase opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Further reading:

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