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Reconciliation Australia’s constitution, RAP, strategic plan and annual reports.

Annual Review 2020-2021

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including the 2021 RAP Conference, and the 2020 Australian Reconciliation Barometer.
Cover of Reconciliation Australia Annual Review 2018-2019. Image shows a tall woman with short hair looking at the camera and embracing a shorter woman, who is smiling off to th

Annual Review 2019-2020

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including the launch of the Indigenous Governance Program website and re-imagining of National Reconciliation Week due to the pandemic.
Cover of Reconciliation Australia Annual Review 2018-2019. Image shows a man painting an Aboriginal design on a young girl's arm.

Annual Review 2018-2019

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including celebration of the 8th Indigenous Governance Awards, release of the Australian Reconciliation Barometer, and delivery of truth-telling-themed National Reconciliation Week.
Cover of Reconciliation Australia Annual Review 2017-2018. Image shows the side profile of a woman in the foreground, with other people out of focus behind her. She looks ahead, as if listening to someone speak to the group

Annual Review 2017-2018

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including winding up of Recognise, releasing the Reconciliation Australia Strategic Plan, and continued growth in Narragunnawali and the RAP programs.
Cover of Reconciliation Australia Annual Review 2016-2017. Image shows the legs of two Indigenous people, painted and dressed and traditional clothes, dancing in the sand.

Annual Review 2016-2017

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including the Australian Reconciliation Barometer, and the launch of the Narragunnawali Awards and Emerging Indigenous Executive Leaders Program.
Cover of the Reconciliation Australia Strategic Plan 2017-2022.

Strategic Plan 2017-2022

Reconciliation Australia has developed nine  strategic goals, informed by the five dimensions of reconciliation, to enable us to lead lasting  change in this phase of the nation’s  reconciliation journey.
Cover of the Reconciliation Australia Reconciliation Action Plan 2017-2020.

Reconciliation Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan

Reconciliation Austrlia's fifth Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is our second Stretch RAP. By implementing RAPs of our own, Reconciliation Australiais leading by example in our application of actionable targets that demonstrate our deep commitment to achieving a just, equitable and reconciled Australia.
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Reconciliation Australia Constitution

The object of Reconciliation Australia is to give effect to the Australian Declaration Towards Reconciliation through building an equitable, just and reconciled nation, where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples participate equally and equitably in all areas of life, experience respectful relationships and have their history accepted in our nation’s story.
Cover of the Annual Review 2015-2016, image shows a woman on stage behind a microphone with her arm up, gesturing towards something in the crowd.

Annual Review 2015-2016

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including 25 years of formal reconciliation in Australia and release of the State of Reconciliation in Australia report.
Cover of the Annual Review 2014-15. Image shows a young boy smiling into the camera wearing a blue and white school uniform, with his classmates blurred out in the background.

Annual Review 2014-2015

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including the release of the Australian Reconciliation Barometer and the RAP Impact Measurement Report, and development of the SBS documentary series, First Contact.
Cover of the Annual Review 2013-2014. Image shows a man in white paint, wearing what appears to be military uniform, performing to a group of people.

Annual Review 2013-2014

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including the launch of Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools, which will provide tools, including school Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs), curriculum resources and a teacher professional network, for all Australian early childhood, primary and secondary schools.
Cover of Reconciliation Australia Annual Review 2012-2013. Image shows an Indigenous woman walking along the sand with water and trees in the background

Annual Review 2012-2013

A summary of Reconciliation Australia's program and corporate activities, including the third Australian Reconciliation Barometer, rebrand of You Me Unity to Recognise, and implementation of the RISE framework for Reconciliation Action Plans.

Acknowledgement of Country

Reconciliation Australia acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.

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