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Always Was, Always Will Be. NAIDOC Week 2020

Poster: Charmaine Mumbulla, National NAIDOC Poster Competition

The 2020 celebrations of NAIDOC Week held across Australia have been delayed until November to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Theme: Always Was, Always Will Be. Revised dates: November 8-15. Hashtags: #NAIDOC2020, #NAIDOCWeek,
#AlwaysWasAlwaysWillBe

Key Links
naidoc.org.au
postponed
Teaching guides
Facebook
@naidocweek

Announcement from NAIDOC:
The November dates follow the decision by the National NAIDOC Committee (NNC) to postpone NAIDOC Week from the original July dates due to the impacts and uncertainty from the escalating Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic across our communities and cities.

The postponement was aimed at protecting our elders and those in our communities with chronic health issues from the disastrous impacts of COVID19.

As cooler weather approaches the need to protect our most susceptible remains.

The NNC understands that the July dates for NAIDOC may still be acknowledged by communities and organisations, however we are mindful that those celebrations and physical gatherings will still be impacted by the various State and Territory COVID19 restrictions and social distancing measures.

Poster
Congratulations Tyrown Waigana, winner of the National Naidoc Week poster competition.

Elsewhere on the Web
abc.net.au/indigenous

Embedded Tweets
https://twitter.com/SLQlearn/status/1278086619166318593
https://twitter.com/indigenous_gov/status/1273480598229786624
https://twitter.com/naidocweek/status/1273030563675455490

Previously
https://www.planeta.com/naidoc2019
https://www.planeta.com/naidoc2018
https://www.planeta.com/naidoc2017
https://www.planeta.com/naidoc2016
https://www.planeta.com/naidoc

Planeta.com
https://www.planeta.com/australia
https://www.planeta.com/australia-aboriginal
https://www.planeta.com/07-month
https://www.planeta.com/un-indigenous-languages-decade

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