Queensland Reconciliation Awards 2023

Date/Deadline: 03 Feb, 2023

The Queensland Reconciliation Awards recognises initiatives undertaken by businesses, community organisations and groups, educational institutions and government who are going above and beyond their core business to foster reconciliation and pave the way for a better future for their state.

The program provides an opportunity to increase cross-cultural awareness, while promoting the wide range of reconciliation initiatives currently in place.

The 2023 Queensland Reconciliation Awards coincides with the Queensland Government’s focus on Path to Treaty. On the 16 August 2022, the Queensland Government, First Nations people and non-Indigenous Queenslanders participated in the signing of Queensland’s Path to Treaty Commitment. This is a critical step in setting the foundation for a new and just relationship— one that acknowledges the injustices experienced by Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and provides a platform for truth-telling, equality and opportunity.

Nominations are open to businesses, community organisations and groups, educational institutions, local councils and partnerships operating in Queensland.

Award Categories:

Nominations are accepted in the following categories

Business
For initiatives focussed on building economic growth, career development, workplace inclusion and diversified opportunities delivered by businesses operating in Queensland.

• Community
For initiatives focussed on improving community relations and engagement, and building social cohesion, delivered by not-for-profit community organisations or groups, and local councils operating in Queensland.

• Education
For educational initiatives delivered by government and non-government schools, universities, TAFEs, registered training organisations or early childhood education and care services operating in Queensland.

• Health and Wellbeing
For health initiatives delivered by business, community, educational institutions, local government and organisations who partner with State Government located and operating in Queensland.

• Partnership
For businesses, community organisations, educational institutions, government departments and public service offices or local councils working in partnership and operating in Queensland. Government departments and public service offices applying in this category must be able to demonstrate how the work undertaken within the partnership goes above and beyond their core business.

• Premier’s Reconciliation Award
The Premier’s Reconciliation Award will be presented to a nominated initiative that has demonstrated innovative strategies and exceptional outcomes toward advancing reconciliation in Queensland.

The winner of each category will receive $5000 (excluding GST) prize money. Winning government entities are not eligible to claim the prize money. Please see the Conditions of entry for further information.

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