Uniya and ANTaR are organising a meeting of researchers and advocates
in Sydney on February 27 to discuss whether reconciliation is still
the most appropriate concept to drive the relations between Indigenous
and non-Indigenous Australians; and if so, how the reconciliation
process might be revitalised.
Background papers for download:
Tim Rowse, 'The politics of being
"practical": Howard's fourth term challenge'
Andrew Gunstone, 'The formal
Australian reconciliation process: 1991-2000'
Mark Byrne, 'Reconciliation since
2000: Stalled, fermenting, or taken out the back and shot?'
Angela Pratt, 'Practising Reconciliation
– "Reconciliation" and the Australian Parliament,
Sally Fitzpatrick, Bicentenary
of First Reconciliation Commemoration speech, Gipps Road Sporting
Complex, Greystaynes, 3 May 2005
Further information can be obtained from Mark Byrne at Uniya —
phone 02 93563888 or
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