The South Eastern NSW region is place of many diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Given our significant cultural footprint, it is very important that COORDINARE works closely with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to ensure we are culturally sensitive, respectful and meaningful in all that we do. You can find out more by reading COORDINARE's 2019/20 Aboriginal Health Report Card.
Our ‘Reflect’ Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) has been developed with the aim of creating tangible goals that COORDINARE can implement over time to foster healing and recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our region. Our internal RAP Working Group has proudly led this work in consultation with the Board, COORDINARE’s Cultural Advisor and key stakeholders.
Moving forward, the RAP will provide COORDINARE staff with a set of priorities and guidelines to help us engage more meaningfully with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, histories and cultures.
You can read the RAP here.
PHN is a trademark of the Australian Government. Use of the PHN trademark and the PHN Identifier by South Eastern NSW PHN is authorised by the Australian Government.
Copyright © 2015 - 2021 COORDINARE - South Eastern NSW PHN
Site by Internetrix.