The Reconciliation Action Plan explains our commitment to reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
It builds on our understanding, commitment and respect for culture.
It will also improve opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including our staff.
The RAP shows what we have learned on our reconciliation journey. It also guides our next steps on this journey.
It commits us to progress reconciliation across:
- our leadership
- our people
- our relationships
- our services.
Our marquee RAP project: Reflection
The marquee project of our 2018-22 RAP is the website Reflection: experiences of First Nations people with social security and services from 1947 to 1997.
Reflection is a collection of artefacts showing how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples fought for access to social security and services.
Historical acceptance is a key theme of reconciliation. If you would like to join us in sharing these stories, we’ve created a Reflection eKit to help promote the project. The eKit includes the following materials:
- a poster
- a social media story
- social media tiles
The content in this online collection may be used by educators. Teaching resources for primary and secondary students are available.
Our previous plans
Read the previous RAP from:
If you’d like more information about the RAP, please email us.