We all have a role to play when it comes to reconciliation. Learn about what this week means and what you can do.
Join Uncle Wally Bell beside the fire pit and listen to stories about Indigenous history on Friday 27 May.
Join School of Music alumni Will Kepa, a proud Torres Strait Islander for a musical performance on Friday 27 May, 3.30pm
Join the ANU Film Group for a screening of Gurrumul (2017) in the Cinema on Saturday 28 May, at 2pm.
Following the film screening, Director Bill Code and other members of the production team will host a live Q&A
Join the ANU Film Group for a screening of Message From Mungo (2014) in the Cinema on Sunday 29 May, 2pm
Join the ANU Film Group for a screening of The Australian Dream (2019) in the Cinema on Monday 30 May, 5.30pm
Experience the rich Indigenous history of our campus with Ngunnawal Elder Uncle Wally Bell on Tuesday 31 May, 1pm
Tom Keneally will be in conversation with Alex Sloan on Tom's book, A Bloody Good Rant on Tuesday 31 May, 6pm
Experience First Nations history come to life in this tree carving ceremony on Country by Paul Girrawah House.
Join Indigenous astronomer Pete Swanton and astrophysicist Dr Brad Tucker to stargaze and learn about its history.
Join Andrea Kelly, A/g Group Manager, Social Policy and Programs Group (NIAA) deliver the NRW Lecture.
Join us for screening of Song Keepers followed by Q&A with Musical Director, Morris Stuart on Wednesday 8 June, 6.
Join Antoinette Lattouf in conversation with Kirsten Tapine & Samantha Maiden on her new book, Thursday 9 June, 6pm.
What can you do to understand the issues of our First Nations people? Add your commitments here.
Pre-order volume 44 of ANU Press' Aboriginal History Journal, highlighting important stories.
The Kambri scholarships help Indigenous Australians come to study at ANU so they can go on to fulfilling careers.
At ANU, we are committed to the advancement of Australia's Indigenous peoples.
ANU recognises that a diverse campus life means a diversity of talent, skills and cultures.
A new burial pole memorial at ANU marked another important step in ensuring Indigenous Australians have have a say.
Taliah King and Pete Swanton have chosen very different academic pursuits, but they have something special in common.
This recording of Routledge Companion to Global Indigenous History explores innovations in Indigenous global history.
In this recording Prof Brenda Croft presents a Gurindji-specific historiography that engaged with pastoral impact.
Hear from Chief Operating Officer, Paul Duldig, as he launches the three-year national partnership with Jawun.