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Reconciliation Action Plan

Curtin’s Interim Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2020-2022 guides us in advancing reconciliation and contributing to an Australian society that values and respects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and heritage as a proud part of a shared national identity.

An Elevate RAP – the highest level within Reconciliation Australia’s Workplace RAP Framework – is for organisations that have a proven track record of embedding effective RAP initiatives in their workplace. In 2008, Curtin was the first Australian teaching and research institution to develop and implement a RAP, and our journey since then has helped us think more strategically about how the entire Curtin community – not just particular groups or areas – can advance reconciliation.

Karen Mundine

Karen Mundine, CEO Reconciliation Australia

The RAP program inspires social change in workplaces across Australia, generating economic and behavioural transformation with far-reaching, positive impacts. By raising the bar of its RAP ambitions, Curtin continues to lead national reconciliation action in the education sector.