What is a Reconciliation Action (RAP) Plan?
A Rap is a strategic document that demonstrates your organisation’s commitment to create meaningful opportunities for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples.
It provides practical and measurable methods of reconciliation across your workplace and helps weave the values of equity, respect and inclusion into the fabric of your workplace culture.
A Reconciliation Action Plan represents a genuine step towards greater cultural awareness and maturity for your organisation.
It strengthens relationships between Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-indigenous peoples, providing a roadmap to a more diverse, dynamic and unified team.
Why do I need a Reconciliation Action Plan?
A RAP represents best-practice corporate governance across industry, with organisations large and small adopting reconciliation as a key metric of progress.
A correctly curated and implemented RAP is an investment in your staff and workplace culture, creating the right environment to attract and retain Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander professionals to your organisation.
A sincere approach to reconciliation can also provide access into new markets and networks through developing ties with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Stakeholders, opening opportunities for growth and development for your organisation.