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Queensland Reconciliation Awards

Respect. Recognition. Reconciliation.

Nominations closing soon for the 2015 Queensland Reconciliation Awards.

The Queensland Reconciliation Awards program recognises businesses, community organisations, educational institutions and initiatives that are advancing reconciliation in Queensland.

They could be building cross-cultural understanding through employment or training initiatives, education, partnerships or engaging with their local community.

The awards offer a total of $25,000 in prize money across the following categories:

  • Business
  • Community
  • Education
  • Partnership.

To learn more about the award categories and nomination process download the guidelines and nomination form (PDF, 1.22MB).

“Each year the projects and initiatives recognised through this program demonstrate to us the positive impact reconciliation has in local communities, and also the change it can inspire in others.”

Johnathan Thurston, 2015 Awards Ambassador.

Nominations close Friday 6 March 2015.

Award recipients will be announced at a ceremony during Reconciliation Week, 27 May - 3 June 2015.

2015 awards sponsors

The Queensland Reconciliation Awards is an initiative of the Queensland Government through the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, and the Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships.

Proudly supported by:


Supported by Indigenous Business Australia

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Supported by Arrow Energy

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Supported by BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance

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Supported by QGC

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Media partners

Radio partner

612 ABC Brisbane and ABC Local Radio

612 ABC Brisbane and ABC Local Radio

Print partner

Koori Mail

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Previous winners

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Last updated
26 February, 2015

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