NAIDOC Week is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and an opportunity to recognise the contributions of Indigenous Australians.
NAIDOC stands for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Day Observance Committee. Its origins trace to the emergence in the 1920s of Aboriginal groups that sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Indigenous Australians.
Read current and past issues of the JEDO Newsletter here, and catch up on the social justice work of the Justice, Ecology and Development Office within the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth. Continue Reading
The use of acknowledgement plaques on entrances to homes, churches, workplaces and other buildings, serve to remind Australians of the presence of the Aboriginal people in our land millennia before the making of the Australian colonies and the Australian nation Continue Reading Aboriginal Acknowledgement Plaque Orders