Our Reconciliation Action Plan
We are proud to launch our Innovate RAP, furthering our journey along the Reconciliation path.
The official launch was on 2 June at Brisbane Indigenous Media Association (98.9FM)
Thank you to our members and stakeholders who attended our Reconciliation Action Plan launch. We also launched Issue Two of our Impact magazine and our new short film "I Can See You".
We hope that those of you who were able to join us enjoyed the morning as much as we did. The wise words of Aunty Carol and Adrian Burragubba really brought home the fact that reconciliation is a process and that we all have a role to play. We have compiled a short video with the highlights from the RAP launch below.
Our journey towards reconciliation
For over a decade, we have aimed to contribute positively and influence issues relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and well being. We recognise the need to adopt culturally appropriate ways of engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We advocate for appropriate, accessible health care for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Queensland.
To demonstrate our commitment, we started on our reconciliation journey with our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), launched during the Health Leaders' Forum (20 September 2013).
We are now moving to the next stage; our Innovate RAP focuses activities around Reconciliation Australia’s themes of Respect, Relationships and Opportunities. Our Innovate RAP 2016 – 2018 aims to build on existing initiatives and introduces new approaches to building stronger relationships, showing increased respect and improving sustainable opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We invite our members and strategic partners to provide feedback on our RAP.
A RAP Working Group was established 2011 to help progress the plan. If you have any questions, please contact David Millichap, Business Lead on 07 3105 8300 or Contact Us
Our Reconciliation Action Plans