National Reconciliation Week is coming up soon. This is an opportunity for all Australians to learn more about relationships between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples – our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. 

The Anthroposophical Society of Australia is supporting a number of events around this week, including the Heartwood 3-day yarning circle (28 May – 30 May) near Braidwood and a new Hearts Online webinar called Diversity, Inclusion and Reconciliation (6 June). This webinar will kick off a 2021 series of online gatherings, where friends and members of the ASinA across Australia can tune into discussions from specialists in our community and join the conversation. You can also read the new draft Diversity and Inclusion policy. 

The Hearts Online webinar will be a panel discussion led by Deborah Neale and hosted by Fiona Campbell. A notice will be sent out shortly to all members and friends of the ASinA with more details. 

Meanwhile, you might like to listen to this recent interview with Heartwood directors Iris Curteis and Hamish Mackay in preparation for the yarning circle Well of Tears: Visions of Healing