"Practical Reconciliation: Strengthening Relationships for all Australians in Seven Steps" by Aunty Munya Andrews & Carla Rogers

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“… a very practical book and great starting place…” Bruce Pascoe, author of Dark Emu

“What an insightful and accessible book … I strongly recommend this book to all and any organisations committed to Reconciliation.” David Liddiard, OAM

“…an eminently useful book that you will return to again and again.” Justice Helen Wood

“..a much needed practical guide … a timely and important book.” Senator Rachel Siewert

“I have just finished the book and I am already recommending it to others. I did one year of anthropology at Uni 50 years ago and a lot in your book reminded me of what I studied. I rate your book 9.5 out of 10 – not 10/10 only because I regard it impossible to be perfect- you came that close!” Steve Newnham, Oakham Grove Holdings Pty Ltd



Practical Reconciliation follows Evolve’s unique, 7 Steps™ framework to guide you towards a kinder, more peaceful Australia – one manageable step at a time.
Evolve Co-Directors Munya Andrews and Carla Rogers draw wisdom from two very different lived experiences. Together, they provide the ultimate handbook to Reconciliation in Australia today.



What you'll learn:

Feel confident working with and supporting our First Nations peoples with
Practical Reconciliation’s blend of keen insight, engaging anecdotes and practical advice. This easy-to-read book will give you all the tools you need to begin to spark positive change – both in the workplace and beyond. 

Read this book, and you’ll: 

  • Dive into the intricate world of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures
  • Equip yourself with the skills to communicate without fear of misunderstanding or offense
  • Build strategies for engaging communities respectfully and strengthening partnerships

And most of all, you’ll be proud of the incredible richness of the oldest continuing culture in the world. After all, it’s too deadly!