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21 Mar 2019

Narragunnawali Facebook Group

Reconciliation Australia is proud to launch the Narragunnawali closed Facebook Group – Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Education!

The Narragunnawali closed Facebook group is a place where members stay up-to-date with the latest from Reconciliation Australia, the Narragunnawali team, reconciliation within the education space, and to interact and share content with fellow group members from the Narragunnawali community.

There will be regular posts of community content, updates from the Narragunnawali team and opportunities to engage in strength-based dialogue around reconciliation in education with other educators and community members from the online Narragunnawali community.

This is one of the spaces to build a network of like-minded educators and ask regular questions, share opinions and experiences, and work through challenges in a supported environment. There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to reconciliation. The Narragunnawali closed Facebook Group is one of the many ways that you can learn from others, and more importantly, bring others with you.

We encourage members to share successes, small wins, challenges and your own reconciliation journeys. The Narragunnawali team will be there to contribute some of the content where relevant, but we also want you to shape this Facebook Group to be the tool that you need it to be.

To join this Facebook Group, you need to be a registered member on the Narragunnawali platform.

The Narragunnawali team look forward to growing a strong online community, where members can go on their own personal and professional journey of learning, unlearning and relearning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions. In doing so, we hope you can take these learnings back to the classroom and educate the next generations about Australia’s First Nations peoples.

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