Category Australian Aboriginal, Books & Audio, New Releases, Psychology, Relationships, Self Help & Personal Development

Practical Reconciliation


Author: Munya Andrews, Carla Rogers

Strengthening Relationships for All Australians in 7 Easy Steps

For a limited time –  you will receive an “Acknowledgement of Country” card * when you purchase “Practical Reconciliation”


Blending keen insight with engaging anecdotes and practical advice, this easy-to-read book will give you the tools you need to feel confident living with, working with and supporting our First Nations peoples.

Equip yourself with the skills to communicate without fear of misunderstanding or offence. Build strategies for engaging communities respectfully and strengthening partnerships. And most of all, be proud of the incredible richness of the oldest continuing culture in the world.

‘A great place to start to help people understand the issues involved in conciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Aboriginal Australians.’– Bruce Pascoe, Author, Dark Emu

‘Through seven simple, reasonable and practical steps, this book enables individuals to take ownership of their contribution to Reconciliation in this country.’  The Hon Linda Burney, MP

‘What an insightful and accessible book… I strongly recommend this book to all and especially to organisations committed to reconciliation.’ – David Liddiard, OAM

‘This is a timely and important book. Munya and Carla offer a much-needed practical guide for people to personally or collectively take action.’– Senator Rachel Siewert

‘With information about Aboriginal culture, language and spirituality, you will return to this book again and again. It instills a sense of awe and shared pride in who we are as a nation and more than delivers as an action plan, it opens our hearts and minds.’– The Honourable Justice Helen Wood: Supreme Court of Tasmania

About the Acknowledgement of Country Card

Performing an Acknowledgement of Country at an event is a great way to make First Nations staff, guests or stakeholders feel welcome. However, many people don’t feel confident with the wording, or are afraid that they will make a mistake and cause offence.

This credit-card sized Acknowledgement of Country card ensures that you will always have the right words for this important cultural protocol at your fingertips.



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