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Reconciliation Week at Sydney Metro

On Tuesday, Barnardos Australia Sydney Metro Children’s Family Centre hosted a BBQ to celebrate Reconciliation week.

The event was attended by team members from across our centre and included a BBQ run by our Sydney Youth Services (and attended by over 100 local young people), bag decorating and a photo booth. The afternoon ended with a beautiful yarning circle facilitated by the Yurungai Learning Centre where children and staff discussed what Reconciliation means to them.

We also welcomed Lynette from Reconciliation Australia who was keen to engage with the team and hear more about our work.

Reconciliation Week BBQ with Sydney Metro

Reconciliation Week BBQ with Sydney Metro

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