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Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

RAP Case Studies

It takes a true team approach, relationships and respect to deliver outstanding, measurable and meaningful outcomes with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals and communities. Read the latest success stories and case studies that make us proud and hopeful about the future of reconciliation in Australia.

Recent case studies

Garma dancing

Preserving Indigenous culture through a Service Spirit

Garma festival was conceived by the Yothu Yindi Foundation in 1999 and forms part of the Foundation’s vision to ensure the traditional Yolngu people and other Indigenous Australians have the same level of wellbeing and life opportunities as non-Indigenous Australians.

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Creating sustainable employment through local engagement

Having experienced first-hand the challenges in the workplace and where organisations fail when trying to set up successful strategies for Indigenous people, Triscilla Holborow founded REFAP with the mission to help more Aboriginal people gain skilled, long-term employment in the Pilbara.

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Water bottle display

Building a positive workforce through indigenous enterprise

The Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation (AAC) was formed in 2000 to promote the interests of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Shire of Ashburton. From humble beginnings, AAC has grown to be a responsive and forward-thinking organisation delivering a wide range of services to job seekers, Indigenous communities and the broader Pilbara region.

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AIC coffee bean pack

The value of investing in indigenous business

Australian Indigenous Coffee’s blends are inspired by the Pilbara country, with earthy textures of the red desert plains, the bright highlights of the spinifex and the rich aromas of the bush. It is a middle of the road blend; strong, chocolatey and earthy.

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two men holding award

Sustainable development for the Pilbara’s people and business

Kingkira Group’s ethos is to create opportunities for Aboriginal people in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, while educating and guiding local communities and business to achieve sustainable development to preserve the land for future generations.

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Students at carnival

Supporting indigenous education and employment

The Clontarf Foundation is leading the next generation of Australia’s male Indigenous youth into employment and future career opportunities, equipping them with education, discipline and self-esteem in a way that respects cultural origins and community.

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Kuditj grows with basketball and jerky

Kuditj, meaning think and reflect, operates as the only Aboriginal owned and operated catering facility in Perth. Kuditj operates in the form of a corporate function, training and conference centre providing both internal and external catering to corporates.

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