Acknowledgment Plaques

The practice of inclusion forms an important part of rebuilding the relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non Indigenous Australians. The erection of a plaque or sign at the Church is a symbol of welcome for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and an acknowledgment that there is an understanding of Australia’s past.

 

For more information on the plaques, including FAQ's, unleveling ceremony suggestions and the Partners in Faith program, please visit the Acknowledgment Plaque page.

 

Additional Details:

  • Plaques are available in both A4 and A3 sizes
  • Custom Orders of 10 or more can be produced with your own logo. Please contact NATSICC for more information.

Resources

Free for Digital Download

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council

'The peak Indigenous advisory body to the Catholic Church'

80C Payneham Rd.

Stepney SA 5069

www.natsicc.org.au   |   craig@natsicc.org.au   | 08 8363 2963

 

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