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Pair of hands silhouetted against the sun with superimposed words saying National Sorry Day, 26 May

Remembrance, respect and healing

National Sorry Day is held every year on 26 May. It is a chance for people to come together and support healing of the Stolen Generations, their families and communities.

Be a Voice for Generations …

Across the country National Reconciliation Week celebrations will be held from 27 May – 3 June. This year the theme – Be a Voice for Generations – encourages all Australians to be a voice for reconciliation in tangible ways in our everyday lives – where we live, work and socialise.

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Path to Treaty Bill 2023 passes in Queensland Parliament

The legislation reflects the Queensland Government’s commitment to Path to Treaty and establishes the First Nations Treaty Institute and the Truth-telling and Healing Inquiry in law.

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Indigenous Languages Grants 2023 now open

Celebrate Queensland’s unique languages with grants of up to $10,000.  Language revival helps keep connections to culture and Country alive!

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Planning for Queensland’s inclusive, accessible future

Queensland’s state disability plan represents a new phase in action towards an accessible and inclusive state for people with disability. Find out more about Queensland’s Disability Plan 2022–27: Together, a better Queensland.