The Uluru Statement from the Heart wins the 2021 Sydney Peace Prize
Today marks the beginning of Reconciliation week, a yearly reminder of the effort needed still to bridge the gap between black and white Australians and to recognise First Nations
Indigenous leader Noel Pearson says the Uluru Statement from the Heart winning the 2021 Sydney Peace prize was recognition of the Statement and all who contributed to it. "This is a recognition of the Statement and all of the people
The Uluru Statement from the Heart has been recognised for its "clear and comprehensive agenda for healing and peace", as advocates call for government action on a referendum.
The Uluru Statement from the Heart has been awarded the Sydney Peace Prize,
The Uluru Statement from the Heart has been announced winner of the 2021 Sydney Peace Prize; Australia’s only international prize for peace.
Proud First Nations leaders and drivers of the Uluru Statement, Professor Megan Davis, a Cobble Cobble woman from the
The Sydney Peace Foundation at the University of Sydney chose the Uluru Statement from the Heart as the winner of the prize from over 200 nominations, noting the document is a “clear and comprehensive agenda” for healing and peace.