Friday May 26th is National Sorry Day.
This day began in 1998 and marks the anniversary of the Bringing Them Home Report. It is a day to remember and acknowledge the impact that Government policies have had on the ongoing Stolen Generations.
National Sorry Day represents a day to reflect on the history of our country and to show our commitment towards reconciliation in Australia.
This day provides us with an opportunity to have constructive and sometimes difficult conversations in our organisations about cultural safety.