Reconciliation at University of Canberra
Reconciliation Action Plan 2018-2020
The University of Canberra is committed to leading Australia's Universities in equity, diversity, inclusion and access. As part of this commitment, the University of Canberra will contribute – through our education, research, and other activities – to the advancement of reconciliation, and to the building of just, prosperous and sustainable communities which are respectful of our local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage.
Join UC for a family friendly mini festival and our 2019 Ngunnawal Lecture on the role Indigenous Knowledges in response to climate change.
Starting with a mini festival at 4pm at... Event details Exploring culture; The importance of Indigenous knowledges to our future
Australia is the driest inhabited continent on Earth yet has been home to thousands of generations. Traditional knowledge of finding and re-finding water sites has always been integral to Australia’s... Event details 2019 Don Aitkin Lecture - Presented by Bradley Moggridge
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (2013-27) changed the national discourse around child sexual abuse, lifting the taboo and demystifying how institutions covered up or took... Event details Introducing the 'Breaking Silences: Media and the Child Abuse Royal Commission' project