Reconciliation Australia "is an independent, not-for-profit organisation established in 2000 by the former Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation. We are the peak national organisation building and promoting reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians for the wellbeing of the nation." 
Accessed September 2012: 
- Tom Calma (Co-Chair)
- Melinda Cilento (Co-Chair)
- Fred Chaney
- Jason Glanville
- Ken Henry
- Sam Jeffries
- Djapirri Mununggirritj
- Peter Nash
- Kirstie Parker
- Joy Thomas
- Terry Waia
Accessed March 2008: 
- Mick Dodson AM (Co-Chair) is a member of the Yawuru peoples
- Mark Leibler AC (Co-Chair) is the senior partner in the Melbourne legal firm Arnold Bloch Leibler and a prominent leader of the Australian and international Jewish community
- Pat Anderson is an Alyawarre woman who is a consultant to the Federal Department of Health and Ageing
- Fred Chaney AO is Chair of Desert Knowledge Australia
- Graham Evans AO is chair of the Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission
- Raymattja Marika is from the Rirratjingu people in the Northern Territory
- Sam Mostyn is Advisor to Insurance Australia Group (IAG)
- Shelley Reys is an Aboriginal woman of the Djiribul people
- Terry Waia is the Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA)
- Jackie Huggins AM (Former Co-Chair),
Accessed March 2008: 
- ANZ Bank - provides financial support for the National Indigenous Money Management Agenda (NIMMA) and seconded staff.
- Arnold Bloch Leibler - provides pro bono legal advice and meeting rooms in their Melbourne offices.
- Australian Football League - highlights the role of sport in the reconciliation process.
- Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR) - promotes reconciliation to community networks.
- Australian Government - provided $15 million in funding for Reconciliation Australia in the 2004 Federal Budget.
- Australia Post - sponsors the One Future Forum
- Australian Research Group – works with Reconciliation Australia on the development of the Reconciliation Barometer including attitudinal research.
- BHP Billiton - provides ongoing financial support for our Indigenous Governance program.
- Canberra Raiders - holds an annual reconciliation football match.
- CPR Consulting –working with Reconciliation Australia and the music industry to encourage young people to be part of the reconciliation process.
- Cranlana Program - provides RA with access to leadership programs for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
- Different Drum Productions - supports the development of the My Story media campaign.
- Digital Camera Warehouse - provides camera equipment for the RA photographic project - Reconciliation: It's All About Us.
- Gilbert + Tobin - generously provide pro bono offices and meeting rooms in their Sydney offices.
- Insurance Australia Group - supports the Reconciliation Australia women's program at the Garma festival.
- Koori Mail - provides support for the Indigenous Governance Awards and the distribution of Reconciliation News.
- National Australia Bank - supports the RA photographic project Reconciliation: It's All About Us and sponsors the One Future Forum.
- National Indigenous Times - supports the Indigenous Governance Awards and the distribution of Reconciliation News.
- Quantas - sponsors the One Future Forum and the commemoration of the 1967 referendum.
- Right Management Consulting - provides pro bono consulting services on organisational management.
- Saatchi and Saatchi - support the development of the My Story media campaign.
- State & Territory Reconciliation Councils (SRCs) - promotes reconciliation to community networks.
- Zenith Optimedia - supports the development of the My Story media campaign.
- Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies - provides access to facilities and networks.
- The Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs - provides a grant for the NIMMA project. FaCSIA also provide a grant for the commemorative activities of the 40th Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum.
- National Australia Day Council - works with us to raise awareness of sensitivities around 26 January.
- National Capital Authority - provides meeting and office accommodation space.
- The Western Australian Government - supports the Indigenous Community Governance Research Project.
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- About, Reconciliation Australia, accessed March 6, 2008.
- National Leader - BHP Billiton, Reconciliation Australia, accessed March 6, 2008.
- Reconciliation Australia Board, organizational web page, accessed September 30, 2012.
- Directors, Reconciliation Australia, accessed March 6, 2008.
- Supporters, Reconciliation Australia, accessed March 6, 2008.