Australian Aboriginal Reconciliation Timeline - Pathway to Recognition

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About this product: This high quality product features 24 beautifully presented posters, highlighting the events that have had an impact on the recognition of the rights of Australia's Indigenous peoples. Use as a wall display around your classroom to recognise and celebrate National...

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About this product: This high quality product features 24 beautifully presented posters, highlighting the events that have had an impact on the recognition of the rights of Australia's Indigenous peoples. Use as a wall display around your classroom to recognise and celebrate National Reconciliation week or use to support other activities that focus on the issues of reconciliation in Australia. Let your imagination run wild with this multipurpose resource. Each poster is A4 in size.

Inclusions:
- Captain Cooks arrives in Botany Bay
- First Fleet arrives
- Commonwealth of Australia is formed
- Australian citizenship given to all Australians
- Indigenous people given the right to vote
- Australian Government given power to make laws regarding Indigenous peoples
- Aboriginal Tent Embassy campaigns for rights outside parliament
- Department of Aboriginal Affairs is established
- Racial Discrimination Act is passed through Parliament
- Patricia O'Shane becomes Australia's first Aboriginal barrister
- Uluru is handed back to its traditional owners
- Bob Hawke receives The Barunga Statement
- Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody presents its final report
- Aboriginal Reconciliation Council meets for the first time
- Mabo decision is handed down
- First National Week of Prayer for Reconciliation is held
- First Reconciliation Week is held
- Bringing them home report is launched
- National Sorry day is commemorated for the first time
- 300 000 people walk across Sydney Harbour Bridge in support of reconciliation
- Memorial established for Stolen Generations
- Kevin Rudd formally apologises
- Australia supports United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People

Intended use: Use as a wall display in your classroom or for further activities on an Interactive Whiteboard. Let your imagination run wild with this multi-purpose resource.

Australian Curriculum links: ACHASSK064, ACHASSI055, ACHASSI076, ACHASSI097, ACHASSI125

Year Level: Years 3-6

Resource type: digital

Number of pages: 27

Terms of use: By purchasing this item and downloading, you consent to only using it yourself and within your classroom and will not share or reproduce to another teacher and abide by copyright laws.

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