To achieve Reconciliation will take a multigenerational approach. So this National Reconciliation Week we have produced and are recommending these resources to engage with Children, Young people, and students - and all those who love to colour in and read from any generation! Use these resources in your Children's and Youth Ministry, Sunday School, at home, and in your school. Why not share this with your child's teacher or suggest your School Librarian buy "Walking to Corroboree"?  

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian Leader and artist, Safina Stewart has created this amazing colouring in for National Reconciliation Week. Why not colour it in in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flag colours - black, red, yellow, blue and green (and white!)!

@ArtBySafina

Download National Reconciliation Week colouring in here

 

You might like to purchase the book by Aboriginal Christian Leader Rhanee Tsetsakos, "Walking to Corroboree". 

Support Rhanee directly by purchasing from her - Books are $30 paid by EFT and can be purchased by emailing Rhanee at rhanee.tsetsakos@icloud.com - Rhanee will write a personal message and sign the book for you too.

 

Get the whole family involved in creating by decorating your driveway or footpath with chalk art and sharing your commitment to #StillWalkingForReconciliation with your neighbours! For those a bit older grab some needle and thread and create a paper stitch
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Safina Stewart also created a colouring in for National Sorry Day. 

Download Sorry Day colouring in here