The Monash Reconciliation Group (MRG) was formed by residents in 2009 on the invitation of Reconciliation Victoria (Rec Vic) and Monash City Council  (Ref. the  Rec Vic MRG Formation Letter of April 2009).
Each year the MRG organises local meetings and exhibitions in the City of Monash, an eastern suburb of Melbourne.  Typically MRG mounts a Reconciliation Week Exhibition in May – June and a NAIDOC Week exhibition in July at The Highway Gallery in Mount Waverley.  We also participate in the  Reconciliation Eastern Metro (REM) meetings with Reconciliation groups of Knox,  Manningham,  Maroondah,  Mullum-Mullum,  Nillumbik,  Whitehorse  and  Yarra Ranges (previously ‘Casey’).  For contacts with these groups check the  Reconciliation Victoria web site   under  Local Groups.

 

Contacts:

Email:      mrg2009@live.com.au
Phone:     0412 772 711    or    0417 146 394
Monash Council Community Directory web site:   https://www.monash.vic.gov.au/Services/Community-Directory/Monash-Reconciliation-Group
Indirect link to the above    https://monrec.wordpress.com
Reconciliation Victoria Home     http://www.reconciliationvic.org.au/
 Reconciliation Victoria ‘Maggolee’ local government site     http://www.maggolee.org.au/
You are welcome to download the      MRG Expression of Interest form (PDF)
Resource document      Aboriginal links in the City of Monash  (PDF)
Monash Council Aboriginal Heritage web site    https://www.monash.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Monash-Heritage/Aboriginal-Heritage

 



Aims of the Group

MRG Brochure square for web site

Contact us by email, phone or use the  MRG Expression of Interest form

 

A few selected photos from past events (click on photos to enlarge)

 

 

Clockwise from top left:   Opening of the ‘Billabong Dreaming’ schools art exhibition at NAIDOC 2017 by Victorian Education Department representative;    Mullum-Mullum Choir at Reconciliation event in 2015 at The Highway Gallery;    Workshop and visitors at 2014 NAIDOC Exhibition;    Meeting in 2012 at a St Stephen’s church with Anna Burke MP;    Young members at MRG Forum in 2014

 

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