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National Apology Day 2020

Yesterday, staff from our Logan Service Hub were invited by our neighbours Gunya Meta for afternoon tea and reflection in recognition of National Apology Day 2020. Elders shared personal stories about what this day meant to them and everyone in attendance reflected on where they were on the 13th of February 2008, when Prime Minister Kevin Rudd formally acknowledged the suffering caused by decades of abuse, trauma and mistreatment of our First Nations people. Rural Lifestyle Options Australia recognises and upholds the sentiments laid out in the National Apology. As an organisation, we strive to continue the progress and empowerment of Indigenous Australians through our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).



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