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Reconciliation Action Plan: Build a framework to advance reconciliation

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Date: 26 May 2022 at 11:00 am Presenter: Pro Bono Australia Location: Online Live Tickets: $55 (in AUD) Materials Price: $50 (in AUD)

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With some 50,000 registered charities and countless social enterprises and for-purpose companies in Australia, the social sector plays a vital role in leading the way towards advancing reconciliation. ‘Walk the talk’ this National Reconciliation Week and Be Brave Make Change by starting your journey to implementing a Reconciliation Action Plan.


National Reconciliation Week 2022


Join Reconciliation Australia’s RAP General Manager Peter Morris as he takes you through how your organisation can create and implement a meaningful Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in this 60-minute online webinar. 

Be guided through a step by step approach to ensuring it is brave, consultative and making change including:

  • The different types of RAPs and which one is right for your organisation 
  • How to gain a deeper understanding of your sphere of influence, and establish the best approach to advance reconciliation
  • The RAP process and what each step involves
  • How to start working towards defined measurable targets and goals using your RAP


You’ll come away with:

  • A strong understanding of the history and role of Reconciliation Action Plans
  • A step by step understanding of the development journey
  • Strategies to embed and measure a RAP across your organisation


Meet the presenter

Peter Morris,

General manager, Reconciliation Action Plan program, Reconciliation Australia

Peter is a passionate non-profit leader who has dedicated his career to building a more inclusive society that values and benefits from the resilience and ingenuity of First Peoples. Prior to his time leading the RAP program at Reconciliation Australia, he served for eight years in various leadership roles at the National Congress of American Indians. Peter serves on the advisory committees of Welcoming Cities and Swinburne University’s Centre for Reconciliation Practice. 


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