National Sorry Day 2020
National Sorry Day is held on 26 May each year to acknowledge and recognise members of the Stolen Generations.
In 1997, the Bringing them Home report was tabled at Parliament as a result of a national inquiry that investigated the forced removal of Indigenous children from their families. This marked a pivotal moment in the healing journey of many Stolen Generations members.
Since 1998, National Sorry Day, is held in Australia to remember and commemorate the mistreatment of the country's Indigenous peoples, as part of an ongoing process of reconciliation between the Indigenous peoples and the settler population
Bringing them Home – a report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families. You can read this here
We work to create a socially just, inclusive and sustainable community. As part of this commitment we have developed a framework underpinned by social justice principles. You can read the Mitchell Shire Council Social Justice Framework 2017 to 2021 here
This page was last updated on 12 June 2020.