Reconciliation in Action: Honouring the stories

Reconciliation in Action is delivered right across IWC's operations every day, and IWC is privileged and honoured to share the stories of Traditional Owners and Elders through this page.

Below are interviews by IWC's Alasdair Young from the March 2020 Lighting of the Pictorial Screens event held at IWC Health & Wellbeing Complex in Bundaberg, Queensland. These include local Traditional Owners and Elders, and artist Jacky Poulter who created the paintings used for the 80m-long pictorial history wrapping the streetscape of the IWC Complex.

For more cultural resources and information about Reconciliation in Action, click here.

Guests view the screens
Aunty Di Brown and Uncle Raymond 'Willie
Byron Broome plays didgeridoo during the
Elders and Traditional Owners turned out
IWC Director Stirling Eggmolesse (centre
Uncle Raymond 'Willie' Broome, Aunty Eil
IWC staff member Jenny Springham and Nic
IWC General Manager Wayne Mulvany speaks
Jessica Bauer, Chloe Bauer, Tim Sayre, K
Uncle Raymond 'Willie' Broome (left) at
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