Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Development of our RAP will involve consultation with all staff across the University, as well as external Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders and other interested parties. CDU also hope to engage the wider NT community and corporate community in support of our reconciliation aspirations. The RAP is based on developing relationships, respect and opportunities.
Key elements of the process
· A working group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous stakeholders will draft the RAP through extensive consultation with internal and external stakeholders.
· Once ratified and registered with Reconciliation Australia, the RAP will be launched publicly.
· The RAP will be implemented across the University and evaluated at least annually.
Key areas of action
- Indigenous leadership
- Cultural competency
- Symbolic and cultural recognition
Read Charles Darwin University's signed Statement of Commitment to Reconciliation (PDF 1MB).
Read Charles Darwin University's Reconciliation Action Plan (PDF 5MB).