Reconciliation Inspired By Young People
The ICEA (Indigenous Communities Education & Awareness) Foundation is a youth-run not-for-profit organisation with the overarching goal of achieving reconciliation through mutual respect for all Australians. We bring together young Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Australians to create positive shared experiences, build enduring relationships and promote greater cross-cultural understanding.
Take a look at what's happening...
This year's Classic is shaping up to be bigger and more deadly than ever before. Find out how you can ride the wave of reconciliation by signing up to compete, to volunteer, or to become a donor!
In July, ICEA is piloting a Holiday Program incorporating recreational, cultural and skill and leadership development workshops and activities in collaboration with community facilitators, rangers and schools. Find out how you can support this initiative.
Whether you've got a story to share or want to find out more, Yarns @ Camelot are open evenings hosted by our passionate Yarners. These nights are for talking, listening, sharing and learning. Sign up now to join us.
August will see collaboration with YMCA and Swim 4 Life to present the 'Koolangkas Komp' in Narrogin. Koolangkas will be an action-packed day incorporating basketball, music, arts & craft and food, all in the spirit of reconciliation. Find out how you can get involved in the Maladjiny Project.
We'll be making a few appearances at the Social Impact Festival in July including hosting seminars in the Impact School and hosting Sparker Events within our Community Yarn series. Learn more!
Our actions are driven by our three pillars:
What can you do?
We've put together a list of resources to assist you in driving reconciliation in your community.
Check out our blog to read about all things reconciliation. Do you have some thoughts you want to share? Enquire about becoming a guest blogger by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
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