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ADEA Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

ADEA Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan 2021-2022

27 June 2021

ADEA formed a RAP Working Group (RWG) consisting of at least one member of each of the ADEA teams (Professional Services, Membership, Policy, Advocacy and Communication) in December 2020. The RWG have championed and written the reconciliation action plan (RAP) over the course of the past several months and are the internal driver for the implementation of our RAP. We are very pleased to be launching our RAP during Reconciliation Week 2021.

Read ADEA Reflect RAP

What is a reconciliation action plan (RAP)?

A reconciliation action plan (RAP) uses the framework set out by Reconciliation Australia to provide a structured approach to advance reconciliation. It is a strategic document that includes practical actions that drive our contribution to reconciliation in alignment with ADEA’s business plan. To learn more about RAPs visit the Reconciliation Australia webpage.

Our reconciliation journey

Since our inception 40 years ago, ADEA and its members have dedicated ourselves to improving health outcomes in First Peoples communities. We have worked toward this goal both as an organisation and as individual Credentialled Diabetes Educators (CDEs). We are delighted to be able to build upon this foundation and embark on a new stage of our reconciliation journey.

We have begun our journey with a Reflect RAP. The Reflect RAP is a yearlong process that will allow us to develop our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders, clarify our vision for reconciliation and lay the foundation for additional RAPs to be mutually beneficial and sustainable.

This Reflect RAP is our first step in articulating our dedication to reconciliation and ADEA’s deep commitment to fostering reconciliation between Australia’s First Peoples and the broader community.

ADEA Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

ADEA Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan 2021-2022

27 June 2021

ADEA formed a RAP Working Group (RWG) consisting of at least one member of each of the ADEA teams (Professional Services, Membership, Policy, Advocacy and Communication) in December 2020. The RWG have championed and written the reconciliation action plan (RAP) over the course of the past several months and are the internal driver for the implementation of our RAP. We are very pleased to be launching our RAP during Reconciliation Week 2021.

Read ADEA Reflect RAP

What is a reconciliation action plan (RAP)?

A reconciliation action plan (RAP) uses the framework set out by Reconciliation Australia to provide a structured approach to advance reconciliation. It is a strategic document that includes practical actions that drive our contribution to reconciliation in alignment with ADEA’s business plan. To learn more about RAPs visit the Reconciliation Australia webpage.

Our reconciliation journey

Since our inception 40 years ago, ADEA and its members have dedicated ourselves to improving health outcomes in First Peoples communities. We have worked toward this goal both as an organisation and as individual Credentialled Diabetes Educators (CDEs). We are delighted to be able to build upon this foundation and embark on a new stage of our reconciliation journey.

We have begun our journey with a Reflect RAP. The Reflect RAP is a yearlong process that will allow us to develop our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders, clarify our vision for reconciliation and lay the foundation for additional RAPs to be mutually beneficial and sustainable.

This Reflect RAP is our first step in articulating our dedication to reconciliation and ADEA’s deep commitment to fostering reconciliation between Australia’s First Peoples and the broader community.