Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) are not, and should not be, a simple box ticking exercise: They are a powerful tool for creating positive change. Our Indigenous Advisory team put together a series of articles and resources this month to assist with implementing your RAP. Follow the links to read more, and sign up for your free resources.
The IPS Indigenous Advisory team released a special podcast featuring IPS Executive Director Jahna Cedar, a Nyiyaparli/Yindjibarndi woman from the Pilbara region of WA, and Indigenous Advisory ConsultantDanie Zappa, a proud Noongar Wardandi woman.
The podcast on RAP Implementation Q&A, features theIPS Voices - our team addressing the multiple ways in which corporates and government departments can take inclusive actions by implementing a Reconciliation Action Plan.
In Jahna's words: "Now’s the time for us to walk the talk, and not just talk the talk."
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