Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags

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Fly or display the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flag at your school or early learning service to demonstrate your pride and respect for the histories, cultures and contributions of Australia’s First Peoples. Flying or displaying the flags promotes a sense of community partnership and a commitment toward reconciliation.

There are two flags representing First Australians—one representing Aboriginal peoples, and one representing Torres Strait Islander peoples. Flying or displaying the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags at your school or early learning service shows respect for, and recognition of, the First Australians. 

Flying or displaying the flags also promotes a sense of community partnership and is a public commitment toward reconciliation. It is therefore important to talk with your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community about how the flags should be flown or displayed at your school or early learning service.
 

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