Find out more about both of these protocols and why they are important.
Flying the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags demonstrates recognition of First Nation peoples, promoting a sense of community partnership and a commitment toward reconciliation.
Australians hold many different views on what 26 January means to them. Explore this topic on the Reconciliation Australia website.
Sorry Day, on 26 May, is an important moment to remember the past policies of forced child removal. Find out more about this date and its significance.
This webpage lists days that are significant to either or both of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.