Action Plans on Reconciliation
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Organisational Action Plans on Reconciliation

Action Plans on Reconciliation

At its core, reconciliation entails strengthening relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians for mutual gain.

Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) assist workplaces, universities, schools and government agencies in taking practical steps towards supporting the national reconciliation movement. Four different RAP types – Reflect, Innovate, and Stretch – are available to suit the specific needs of every organisation.

Collaboration with a charity

Creating a reconciliation plan for your organisation makes it possible to meet your vision. A plan will allow you to strengthen relationships, recognize Indigenous contributions to Australia, and give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals greater opportunities.

Reconciliation strategies must include five values: Relationships, Opportunities, Recognition and Sustainability. You want your business to foster community spirit by showing employees they are valued as employees while improving living conditions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living nearby.

An effective charity partnership can bring many advantages, from reaching more people and cutting costs to creating an atmosphere that fosters collaboration and trusts within your team. Find one with similar goals and missions, if possible, as this will strengthen your bond.

We make it simple and hassle-free.

Collaboration and implementation should be an easy process. No matter the goal you are striving to meet – be it engaging community members more effectively within your organisation, creating an action plan for reconciliation or just getting started – we can provide all the tools necessary for success.

Best of all, we will work closely with you to craft a plan designed specifically for your requirements.

We take the time to learn about your business and its issues to offer the optimal solution.

Choose from various solutions that meet both your budget and needs.

If you would like more information about how we can assist your organisation, don’t hesitate to get in touch. We would be more than happy to discuss how we could assist in meeting your goals while improving employee lives and communities.

Reconciliation Action Planning for your company can be one of the most satisfying projects you will ever take, marking a major step in employee engagement and talent recruitment. RAPs focus on relationships, respect, and opportunities to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people tangible benefits such as economic equity and increased self-determination – over 1100 organisations have now formalised their commitment to reconciliation through formalising a RAP – there are now resources to assist with creating your own.

Are You Ready to Begin?

Reach Out. Our experienced community involvement experts can assist in creating a Reconciliation Action Plan tailored to your business and engage your employees while making a difference locally.

Relying on us

Success requires the application of data-driven, methodical strategies with an understanding of stakeholder groups, combined with an ability to keep things straightforward. Be it public education campaign planning or court reminder input gathering – no matter the purpose – you need a reliable team behind you that can keep everyone updated while also working toward optimal outcomes in areas like public health, education and safety. Studies demonstrate engagement’s positive effects in these fields as well.

Engaging your local community is easy when you partner directly with local stakeholders who are relevant to the issue you are working on, such as faith-based organizations, advocacy groups or local non-profits that may offer unique perspectives or expertise that a company cannot. Working together makes for mutual benefits, and we will give your organisation a comprehensive reconciliation plan tailored to its objectives.

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