ANTaR has been working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and leaders on reconciliation since 1997. They maintain a close and unique working relationship with Indigenous leaders to achieve its goals.
ANTaR conducts national education and awareness campaigns on Indigenous issues, and provides training, advice and support for Indigenous leaders.
The Sea of Hands is one of ANTaR’s major community campaigns, with over 300,000 Australians signing their names on plastic hands to show their commitment to reconciliation. They are then installed in a colourful display in every major city and many regional centres.
If you want to get involved with ANTaR, there are many ways that you can help with their various campaigns, check out their website today to find out more!