Order an acknowledgement plaque!
To recognise the traditional owners of the land your house or business is on, display an acknowledgement plaque! Click here to order now
Reconciliation Week: May 27 - June 3
Come and support events in your local area to celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Australia's First Peoples and reflect our nation's shared history. Please check out both Reconcilaition Victoria's website for the most up to date list of events as well as Reconciliation Australia's website
Constitutional Recognition of Australia's First People: Sell Out of Stepping Stone?
Join this Melbourne Converstations free event, with guest speakers including Prof. Kerry Arabena, Prof. George Williams AO, Chris Graham and Melissa Castan as MC.
May 30 - Melbourne Town Hall - 6:13 - 7:30pm
Speak Up is for young people who want to respond to racism in a safe and effective way. We will provide safe and effective ideas for you to try out.
Volunteer with ANTaR Victoria
Come join our dynamic team of volunteers in the ANTaR Vic office, at stalls, on campaigns, helping process mailouts, and everything in between!
We are currently seeking volunteers to help out with
- IT/Website maintenance
- Merchandise -sending out/updating stock
- Membership management
Click here for more info, we are having a volunteer induction night next Monday, October 15. Please contact the office if you would like to attend.
Browse our Web Shop today!
Click here to have a look through our new online shop - browse our merchandise, purchase products, and check back regularly for new items!
A Decision to Discriminate: Aboriginal Disempowerment in the Northern Territory
'A DECISION TO DISCRIMINATE: ABORIGINAL DISEMPOWERMENT IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY'
Through the use of direct quotation, this new book is an important historical record that focuses on the Senate Committee Inquiry into the Stronger Futures legislation. It shows how the Government decision-making process chose to ignore the views expressed by many Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory communities, in much the same way as has happened since colonisation.
This book is now available to buy through the webshop
OUR VISION is to generate in Australia a moral and legal recognition of, and respect for, the distinctive status of Indigenous Australians as First Peoples. Recognition of Indigenous Australians’ inherent rights – which include self-determination, their relationships to land and the maintenance and growth of their cultures and heritage – is essential to creating a just and fair society for all Australians.