More than 40 researchers attended the National Roundtable on Research in Racism Towards Indigenous Australians, held in 2009
Achieving reconciliation involves raising awareness of, and learning about, issues of importance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
One of the first ways in which non-indigenous members can begin to engage in this process is to hear more about the work of Indigenous psychologists.
To read about the work of some Australian Indigenous Psychologists, click on the links below.
According to Reconciliation Australia, Reconciliation is also about changing attitudes that are often based on myths and misunderstandings, and encouraging action—where everyone plays their part in building a better relationship between all Australians.
The National Roundtable on Research in Racism Towards Indigenous Australians, co-hosted by the APS and the Australian Indigenous Psychologists Association (AIPA), alongside several other organisations, is a key example of Indigenous and non-Indigenous psychologists and researchers coming together to work towards reconciliation.
Do you know of other examples of reconciliation in action?