NAIDOC WEEK UPDATE REGARDING COVID-19 OUTBREAK AND LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 outbreak and lockdown restrictions in place for Greater Sydney (until at least 9 July 2021), all on-campus NAIDOC events and activities at UNSW have been postponed for NAIDOC Week 2021.
Please see each individual event and their hosts for announcements on when these will be rescheduled or if they have been cancelled.
The Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous and Nura Gili will announce the new dates of our events, for later this year, on our website in the coming weeks.
We share in the UNSW community’s disappointment that we cannot enjoy the many fantastic events that were planned on campus this year.
However, there are still plenty of ways to engage and celebrate in NAIDOC Week this year. We have several online events and activities that you can still participate in.
To start, please read Professor Megan Davis’ powerful NAIDOC address, as she reflects on this year’s theme and on the importance of action.
We encourage the UNSW community to reflect on these words and see what role you can play – even during the lockdown.
Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all on campus again soon.