We are committed to fostering reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and non-Indigenous Australians.
As an institution, our community partnerships and strengthening of existing relationships reaffirm our commitment to creating better education, health and wellbeing outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
National Reconciliation Week
27 May - 3 June
National Reconciliation Week (NRW) helps us understand the need for a shared awareness and respectful relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and non-Indigenous Australians.
The week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and an opportunity to examine how we can contribute to broader reconciliation across Australia.
This National Reconciliation Week, QUT staff and students are encouraged to participate in our special screenings.
Learn more about the Stolen Generations with our screening of Servant or Slave, or learn more about native title with our screening of Wik vs Queensland, with both digital screenings run in partnership with the Reconciliation Film Club.
Virtual tour of QUT Art Museum
Take a virtual tour of Rite of Passage, a group exhibition at QUT Art Museum responding to the significance of the year 2020 – 250 years since James Cook first arrived on our shores.
Reframing the way that we perceive this year in our history, the exhibition showcases the strength of autobiographical work by eleven contemporary Aboriginal artists.
The exhibition reveals how these artists define themselves as voices of their families and their ancestors in their quest to preserve their Aboriginality.
We are strengthening our commitment to, and connection with, Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander communities.
QUT staff awarded Associate Fellow (Indigenous)
Ten QUT staff members have been awarded Associate Fellow (Indigenous) of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) following a pilot program underpinned by a new module on Indigenous Perspectives in Learning and Teaching.
QUT receives accreditation for specialist recognition of AFHEA (Indigenous)
QUT has received accreditation to run a pilot program offering recognition for embedding Indigenous perspectives in higher education learning and teaching.