Reconciliation Action Plans (Reconciliation Australia)

Reconciliation Australia is the national lead body on reconciliation in Australia. The organisation’s vision is for a just, equitable and reconciled Australia, with a purpose to inspire and enable all Australians to contribute to the reconciliation of our nation across all five critical dimensions: historical acceptance, race relations, equality and equity, institutional integrity and unity.

Reconciliation Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program provides a framework for organisations to realise their visions for reconciliation and support the national reconciliation movement. RAPs are practical plans of action built on three key pillars of relationships, respect and opportunities, supporting organisations to contribute to reconciliation, both internally and in the communities in which they operate. No matter where an organisation is on its reconciliation journey, there is an RAP to suit.

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Extension of EREA’s Innovate RAP until October 2021

The EREA National Office launched its Innovate Reconciliation Plan on 27 May 2019—the anniversary of the 1967 Referendum and the beginning of National Reconciliation Week. The Innovate RAP has provided a valuable framework for Edmund Rice Education Australia to advance reconciliation across its national education community. In the light of COVID-19 and the challenges that this has provided, Reconciliation Australia has extended the EREA Innovate RAP through to October 2021.

EREA RAP Executive Reference Group

Dr Nerida Blair – Chairperson, Nerida Blair Consultants

Ray Paxton – RAP Champion, National Director Liberating Education

Thelma Parker – Co-Executive Officer, Education Officer, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education

Mark Walsh – Co-Executive Officer, Education Officer Liberating Education

Dr Marnee Shay – External Critical Friend, UQ Indigenous Research

Marie Barton – Principal, Edmund Rice College Bindoon

Karina Blackman – Education Officer, Townsville Flexi School

Brad Copeland – Indigenous Programs Officer, St Kevin’s College Toorak

Dion Forrester – St Joseph’s Flexi School Alice Springs

Matt Hawkins – Principal, Marlene Moore Flexi Schools Network

Andrew Kirkpatrick – Indigenous Program Leader, Ignatius Park College Townsville

Ivan Mahoney – Principal, Eastern Flexi Schools Network

Ann Rebgetz – Principal, St James College Brisbane

Cynthia Rowan – EREA Board Member

EREA’s Innovate RAP (PDF)
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