EnergyAustralia’s first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), a REFLECT RAP, was launched in 2016. At the center of the reconciliation plan is EnergyAustralia’s determination to strengthen relationships and build positive long-term connections with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations.
Reconciliation Action Plan
Our vision is to make a positive difference within EnergyAustralia, amongst our customers and in the broader community through reconciliation.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan is our commitment to reconciliation and covers three key areas:
Build genuine and long term connections with Traditional Owners of the country in which we operate and the broader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Recognise and embrace Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and cultures in the way we work.
Grow Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation across our business.
Port Adelaide Football Club Aboriginal Academy
EnergyAustralia is proud to be joint major partner of the Port Adelaide Football Club Aboriginal Academy. The Academy’s program aims to achieve excellence in both education and football.
The Wunan Foundation is an Aboriginal development organisation that aims to drive long-term socio-economic change for Aboriginal people. EnergyAustralia has partnered with Wunan to help provide housing and energy services for young people from the East Kimberly so they can study in Melbourne and Sydney.
EnergyAustralia Homeland Visit 2018
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