To celebrate NAIDOC week, on the 5th July we launched our Reconciliation Action Plan 2017-2019 (RAP) at an event at our Head Office in Belrose, New South Wales.
To celebrate NAIDOC week, on the 5th July we launched our Reconciliation Action Plan 2017-2019 (RAP) at an event at our Head Office in Belrose New South Wales. We started with Welcome to Country and a traditional smoking ceremony followed by a didgeridoo player and morning tea.
House with No Steps (now Aruma) is committed to reconciliation, and we are proud to present our RAP. It is a living document that outlines what we will work to achieve over the next two years to contribute to reconciliation.
It challenges and supports all s staff to make a positive difference to the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our communities.
The primary purpose of our RAP is to make Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures part of our everyday workplace considerations, program development and service delivery.
We are committed to contribute to the pathway of equity and equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island peoples and will be guided in our work by the Indigenous Advisory Group, our broader networks, and our core organisational values of Empowerment, Respect, Inclusion, Commitment, and Achievement.
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