Reconciliation Action Plan from Good to Great

Reconciliation Action Plan from Good to Great

You’ve decided that your organization is ready to take concrete steps towards reconciliation. You’ve done your research, and you’ve drawn up a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). But now you’re stuck. How do you take your RAP from being a well-meaning document to an actionable plan that will create real, lasting change within your organisation? The answer is simple: hire Community Involvement Solutions Ltd (CIS).

Community involvement solutions is a registered charity that specialises in helping business and government entities achieve their stated goals around reconciliation. By partnering with community involvement solutions, you can be assured that your RAP will be given the attention it deserves and that it will be carried out in a respectful, culturally sensitive, and effective way.

Why Partner with Community Involvement Solutions?

There are many reasons why partnering with community involvement solutions is the best way to ensure the success of your RAP. First and foremost, community involvement solutions have the experience and expertise to help you navigate the often-complex waters of reconciliation. They can help you engage with the Aboriginal community in a respectful and meaningful way, and they can provide guidance on how to carry out the recommendations in your RAP in a way that will create real change.

In addition, partnering with community involvement solutions sends a powerful message to the Aboriginal community—demonstrating that you are committed to making reconciliation a priority within your organisation. This commitment can go a long way towards rebuilding trust between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, which is essential to reconciliation.

If you’re serious about reconciliation, partnering with community involvement solutions should be at the top of your list. Community involvement solutions have the experience and expertise necessary to help you take your RAP from good to great, and they can guide how to engage with Aboriginal communities meaningfully. Most importantly, partnering with community involvement solutions sends a solid commitment to reconciliation—something everyone can get behind.

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