Monthly Archives: May 2015

Reconciliation: Have we moved forward?

In 2008 Kevin Rudd, then Prime Minister, said “Sorry” to the Stolen Generation. This was a symbolic move to apologise for all of the harm that was been inflicted on to the Indigenous population since the British invaded in 1788. It was meant to represent a new beginning towards harmony and reconciliation. In 2015, 8

How do you respond to Racism?

A few weeks ago, we asked you to respond to a quick survey to answer the question, ‘How do you respond to Racism?’ We have collected your answers and have presented these in the following infographic. Thank you so much for responding to the survey, and for helping us to get to know you better! The

Build Peace Conference 2015

On April 25-26th the Build Peace Conference 2015 was held in Nicosia (Lefkosia), “the last divided capital in the world,” Cyprus. The conference brought together like-minded individuals and organisations to learn from each other how contemporary technologies can be used for peace building. The setting for this amazing function was to be within the UN