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Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! NAIDOC Week, hosted 3rd-10th July learn more about the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander cultures & communities

NAIDOC Week, hosted 3rd-10th July, provides an opportunity to learn more about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and communities. It’s a week dedicated to acknowledging and celebrating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities, accomplishments, history, and cultures.

Every year, NAIDOC Week has a theme, the 2022 theme is Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!

We as a country have a proud history of getting up, standing up, and showing up for what we believe in, and we must continue to do so for the change that is needed. This year’s theme focuses on the genuine commitment needed by all to support and secure functional, structural, collaborative, and cooperative reforms for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

NAIDOC week is about recognising and celebrating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Here at Key Assets, our teams are taking steps towards reconciliation this week by hosting events with carers and children and partaking in community events across the country.
Below is a list of some of the many events happening around Australia:

To find out more about events happening near you this NAIDOC Week visit: [] (
Embracing and celebrating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, traditions and stories is something that we highly value at Key Assets. We are passionate about ensuring children and young people remain connected with their culture and actively work to support our carers in learning and maintaining children’s cultural identities.

The following 2022 resources are available on the NAIDOC website:
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  • NAIDOC-themed activities
  • Plentiful resource links and suggestions
  • Clips for classroom viewing
  • Quality, robust structures for exploring Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander perspectives year-round

To learn more about the NAIDOC Week celebrations, or to get involved, visit:

Key Assets respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land

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