We’re not talking about RnB and hip hop rapping—but our Reconciliation Action Plans (or what we like to call RAPs).
RAPs turn good intentions into actions. They’re about creating respectful relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians.
We’ve found that by focusing on respect and relationships, sustainable opportunities can be created.
That’s the simple formula that makes our RAP program so successful.
Since 2006 the RAP program has grown to include over 360 organisations ranging from big corporations to community groups and schools.
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