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Queensland’s Reconciliation Award winners

stolen ACPAThe Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts (ACPA) and Link-Up Queensland have won the Premier's Reconciliation Award as part of the 2012 Queensland Reconciliation Awards at a glittering ceremony in Brisbane on Tuesday night during National Reconciliation Week.

The Premier of Queensland Mr Campbell Newman said National Reconciliation Week was a time to generate awareness and acknowledge those committed to...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 09:47

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Dr Mandawuy Yunupingu named Co-Patron

yunupingu co_patronLegendary Indigenous musician and teacher Dr Mandawuy Yunupingu was recently announced as a Co-Patron of the Centre for Child Development and Education at the Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin, along with British Medical Association president, Professor Sir Michael Marmot.

Launched last year, CCDE is a ground-breaking organisation dedicated to improving the development, wellbeing...

 

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