Reconciliation Action Plan
Since 2013, we’ve embarked on a reconciliation journey with the development of a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and a RAP Continuous Improvement Team (CIT).
Our current 2017 – 2021 Stretch RAP outlines our targets and benchmarking so we can effectively progress actions, such as training and employment of First Nations people.
Read our Stretch RAP summary or see the full Stretch RAP 2017 – 2021.
We would like to thank the Elders, members of the community, and staff from across the organisation who provide valuable input to our Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Continuous Improvement Team (CIT).
We would also like to acknowledge the artwork by Jason Hirst that features on the print version of our current RAP as well as featured components of signage made for the Bidi Katitjiny Aboriginal Women’s Trail Six seasons trail launch.
We appreciate the support of Reconciliation Australia in developing our first Stretch RAP, and for allowing us an extension to June 2022 to achieve the deliverables outlined in our Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan, due to the impact of COVID-19. A renewed Stretch RAP will be developed in consultation with Reconciliation Australia and our community in the second half of 2022.