Tuesday, November 3, 2020
The countdown is on to National NAIDOC Week 2020. We have shared some tips on how you can get involved.
NAIDOC Week Events:
- Check out calendar of events to find an event near you, or an online event. With public gathering restrictions in place due to COVID-19 it is important you check with local guidance.
- If you are hosting an event, make sure you share it to our calendar.
NAIDOC Week Poster:
- The 2020 National NAIDOC poster was designed by Noongar and Saibai Islander artists Tyrown Waigana. Download a copy of the poster – save as your screen saver or print some to display.
- The National NAIDOC Committee partnered with the Woolworths Group to nationally distribute the 2020 NAIDOC Week poster. A limited supply of posters are available in 1,000 Woolworths stores nationally, while stocks last.
- A range of teaching ideas are available suitable for students of all ages. The guides include a focus on the 2020 theme: Always Was, Always Will Be.’, and the poster. There is also a colouring-in version of the poster, suitable for all ages.
- SBS is the Official Education Partner of NAIDOC Week. The SBS Learn Teaching Resources include concepts relevant to a broad range of learners and topics, and provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in classrooms.
National NAIDOC Awards:
- The National NAIDOC Awards will return in 2021! Nominations are open to recognise the outstanding contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people.
- While the 2020 Awards were put on hold, you can learn more about previous winners and their achievements.
Show Your Support:
- We have added ‘Celebrate NAIDOC Week’ social media resources to the website for everyone to use.
- Follow our National NAIDOC Week social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to see what is happening during the week.
Share Your Celebrations:
- Share your NAIDOC Week activities - use #NAIDOCWeek, #NAIDOC2020 and #AlwaysWasAlwaysWillBe for us to see how you are celebrating.
National NAIDOC Week 2020 will be celebrated from 8-15 November.