ANTaR ACT is the local branch of ANTaR – Australia’s main non-Indigenous organisation for reconciliation. We’re dedicated to supporting the rights of Indigenous people through public campaigns and advocacy.
What we do
- Works with local Indigenous organisations and other community organisations
- Hosts local events to promote reconciliation
- Supports ANTaR’s national campaigns at a grassroots level
There are many ways to support the rights and aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, depending on your skills, interests and available time.
Here are some of the ways you can get involved with our work:
- Attend a monthly ANTaR ACT Committee meeting, held at 6pm on the first Tuesday of each month to organise events and discuss current issues. All are welcome. For details about the meeting location, please contact email@example.com
- Help run ANTaR ACT stalls to raise awareness and sell Indigenous music, literature and crafts
- Write in support of our campaigns. See the ANTaR National website: http://antar.org.au/
- Come to events advertised in our occasional email bulletin
- Make a donation or organise a fundraising event
- Become a member of ANTaR by completing and emailing us a membership form
- Ensure ANTaR ACT has your email address. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Raise your concerns and suggestions by email or at an ANTaR ACT Committee meeting
Contact us if you want to find out more about supporting reconciliation in the ACT: by email at email@example.com or by joining the conversation on Facebook.
Keep our hands moving!
ANTaR ACT has a collection of ‘hands’ in six colours, which are suitable to prompt discussion of reconciliation and recognition. If you would like to borrow our hands for an event or learning opportunity, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For an example of how the hands have been used previously, please refer to the 2014 ANTaR ACT newsletter (under ‘Publications’) which features an article about the successful ‘Sea of Hands’ installation in February 2014 to celebrate the sixth anniversary of the National Apology and the 50th anniversary of AIATSIS.