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Reconciliation Action Plan programEvery Australian organisation can make acontribution to reconciliation.

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WHO IS RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIA?

Independent, not for profit, peak body

Bi-cultural organisation

50:50 Indigenous : Non Indigenous at all levels

Funded by Federal Government and corporate sponsors

Office in Canberra and Recognise campaign office in Sydney

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WHY IS RECONCILIATION IMPORTANT?

Trustis extremely low;

Prejudiceis unacceptably high;

Substantial economic, education and heath gap

WITHOUT THE RIGHT ‘ENVIRONMENT’, PROGRESS ON CLOSING THE GAP TARGETS WILL CONTINUE TO BE SLOW

Governments across Australia spend $25billion each year on programs aimed at closing the gap between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians.

There has been some movement, but progress is very slow.

Reconciliation is about changing this context;

laying the foundations

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OUR AIM

Reduce prejudice

Increase pride

Support life outcomes

… through the mobilisation of others.

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A RANGE of settings

Workplaces

Schools

Public Engagement

Communities of Interest

Recognise

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RAPs ARE DRIVING SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHANGE
      • There are 480 organisations with RAPs with more than 2million employees or students
    • Employment
    • 25, 044 jobs pledged: 18, 972 filled
  • Indigenous Business
  • $58 million spent with accredited Indigenous businesses
    • Education
    • $14.7 million provided for education scholarships
    • Pro-bono
    • $15.1 million worth of services provided to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations
    • Cultural competency
    • 213, 446 employees will undertake cultural competency training
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AND HAVING A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOUR
      • People in RAP organisations…
    • Contact
      • …have more frequent contact with Indigenous people
      • (66 per cent vs. 41 per cent general population)
    • Pride
    • …feel prouder of Indigenous cultures
    • (77 per cent vs. 51 per cent general population)
  • Prejudice
  • …are less prejudiced
  • (9 per cent vs.70 per cent general population)
    • Trust
    • …have higher levels of trust
    • (71 per cent vs. 13 per cent general population)
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WHAT IS A RAP?

A business plan for action

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Engaging Your ‘sphere of influence’ to promote reconciliation

Core business

Culture & values

Vision for reconciliation

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RESOURCES TO HELP YOU

www.reconciliation.org.au/RAPhub

www.ShareOurPride.org.au

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