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Recent ANTaR Qld Newsletters

ANTaR Queensland produces a simple Newsletter every two or three of months.

October 2023 Post referendum Statement

May-June 2023

March 2023

Dec 2022

Sept-Oct 2022

For other News and Coming Events check out our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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Uluru Statement from the Heart

The Uluru Statement from the Heart is an invitation to the Australian people.

Australians are being asked to accept the invitation of indigenous Australians to walk with them in a movement of the Australian people for a better future.

The authors of the Statement have called for the establishment of a First Nations Voice enshrined in the Constitution and a Makarrata Commission to supervise a process of agreement-making and truth-telling about our history.

View a larger version of The Statement of the Heart
View a TEXT only version of The Statement of the Heart

Queensland Treaty

ANTaR Qld co submission to Queensland Treaty

Queensland Government Treaty site:

Queensland Government Commitment Statement:

Read about Path to Treaty, what a treaty is and how truth-telling and healing will help all Queenslanders to understand what a treaty means for Queensland.

Download resources below for more information.

Queensland Government's "Path to Treaty" web page

The Sea of Hands for Schools

For 25 years the Sea of Hands has been a symbol of solidarity with First Nations Peoples. Participants book a SoH visit for events such as National Close the Gap Day, Reconciliation Week, and NAIDOC Week.

We have compiled some worksheets that are fun to use for different year levels in the classroom. These work well alongside a Sea of Hands display at the school.

Feel free to print from our PDF attached and we hope you enjoy installing your Sea of Hands display!

View PDF

Indigenous Incarceration and Child Detention

ANTaR’s submission to the Qld Senates Enquiry

Australian Law Reform Commission Report-Summary

YouTube video: ‘A better path, a safer future: How do we raise the age of criminal responsibility?’, held on November 25, 2021 at the University of NSW, provides a helpful overview of the broader questions involved.