Climate Change Authority releases its first Reconciliation Action Plan
The Climate Change Authority is pleased to launch its 'Reflect' Reconciliation Action Plan 2021-2022 (Reflect RAP).
The Reflect RAP sets out measureable, achievable actions that the Authority will take over the next twelve months to contribute to national reconciliation.
The Authority recognises that reconciliation is a crucial step towards creating a more sustainable and prosperous Australia. We regard the actions set out in this RAP as important opportunities to deepen, diversify and enrich our work in an inclusive manner that upholds and protects the rights of Australia’s First Nations people.
Through our Reflect RAP, we aim to improve our understanding of and engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives, knowledge and cultures. By doing so, we hope to foster a more inclusive and culturally competent workplace, and ensure our work programs incorporate the views and priorities of First Nations stakeholders and align with national reconciliation efforts.
Cover artwork: Lynnice Church, "Dhawura" (2021).