A First Nations icon’s legacy of walking between two colliding cultures.
The aim is to create awareness, promote dialogue and encourage meaningful actions towards reconciliation.
The NRL celebrates culture, inclusivity and reconciliation while also shining a spotlight on issues affecting Indigenous communities.
This living cultural landscape is a central to the traditional beliefs of one of the oldest human societies.
We have created a list of seven must-see Aboriginal Australian cinema pieces for your enjoyment.
This is a time to build beneficial connections in our communities and take action to continue the positive path we have begun to pave.
In November 2018, Shay Evans was announced as a Sydney FC player for the upcoming 2018/19 W-League season. Few knew who she was, or her story, other than being a graduate of the John Moriarty Football program. The John Moriarty Football program was started by the first indigenous footballer to be selected to play for […]
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the impact of Australia’s colonial history has transcended amongst generations. The trauma of land dispossession, violence, and racism towards Indigenous Australians has been detrimental for cultural identity and spirituality. The last half century has seen steps towards sizeable action for justice for Indigenous communities. The vision of reconciliation relies […]
BY ADAM HAYWARD @Hayward_AdamK Australia celebrated Harmony Day on March 21st, celebrating our multiculturalism, inclusiveness, diversity, respect and the continuing message that ‘everyone belongs’ and the National Rugby League prides itself on being a leader when it comes to harmony in sports. The NRL works hard to promote equality of opportunity in all its forms, […]