Our Reconciliation Action Plan.

Onwards Together

The Actions We’re Committing To

For reconciliation to occur, we believe we need to reflect upon past injustices, and work to eliminate those that continue.

As an organisation we will:

Elevate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples' voices and address issues of inequality.
Embrace the opportunity to learn.
Create a culturally aware and safe environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across all areas of our organisation.
Pay genuine respect to the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waterways.
Support Reconciliation across the sector.

Services + Programs

Free Access

To redress historic disadvantage, we offer programs and services free of charge to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities, to ensure there is no financial barrier to accessing support.

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Employment Pathways

Shared Knowledge

We have so much to learn from our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff members. That’s why we've set ourselves some ambitious goals as part of our RAP.

We’re working to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander recruitment and employment by 25% each year.

We’re also investing heavily in retention and professional development of Aboriginal staff, and offering scholarships in various training programs, such as our Graduate Diplomas.

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Our second Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2021 – 2024 has been endorsed by Reconciliation Australia, and by our Board.

Reconciliation Australia

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