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Brophy is hosting a digital National Reconciliation Week event, asking the south-west community: Why is Truth Telling Important, Now More Than Ever? in line with the national theme.

Responses will be collated into a video to run at the conclusion of National Reconcilaition Week.

To contribute, click this link and complete the form!

What is truth telling?

Truth-telling can involve activities at local, state, national, and international levels. For example: official apologies, truth and reconciliation or other inquiries and commissions, memorials, ceremonies and public art. It can happen in community halls and churches; in museums, cultural or educational healing centres and institutions; local councils; and in schools, TAFEs and universities.

Local truth-telling is particularly powerful, especially when it occurs in small communities where people are able to develop personal relationships through the process, or build respect and understanding.