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Reconciliation Action Plan

This competition is now closed. Artwork will be judged on the 7th April. All entrants will be notified via their provided contact details and winner will be announced on this webpage and on Facebook.

 

 

Would you like to help design artwork for our next Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)?

We are inviting all Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people to submit artwork and accompanying story to be used within our RAP. 

The prize for the winning artwork is $500.

Artwork should represent our vision for reconciliation: Our vision for reconciliation in Australia is one where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this Country are returned to a place of equality, dignity and respect, and that we as a nation continue to work to Close The Gap through the recognition of values, beliefs and practices in order to relate and work together more effectively.

HOW TO ENTER:

Please download the Entry form here and attach it with your submission.

Artwork can be submitted via email to communications@mymomentum.org.au or in-person/mail to 35 Wharf St, Tweed Heads.

Submissions close 2 April 2021.

 

Momentum Collective’s Reconciliation Action Plan 2019 – 2021.

While great effort is being made to close the gap that exists between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, there is still much to be done to achieve reconciliation. Momentum Collective is committed to positively contributing to Australia’s reconciliation journey and to building strong, trusting relationships with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities we support.

RAP INNOVATE

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2019 – 2020 Achievements

  • Held a successful online RAP launch raising internal and external awareness of our RAP
  • Improved Momentum’s engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Increased the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, students and volunteers
  • Continuing to build trusting relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations through increased engagement
  • Provided quarterly forums for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees
  • Celebrated and participated in National Reconciliation Week (virtual online events), in line with COVID restrictions
  • Developed a significant dates calendar for all employees to increase engagement and participation in significant events
  • Developed cultural protocols, procedures and policies, including culturally relevant leave policies
  • Developed and provided Cultural Awareness training to 70% of Momentum employees
  • Supported Aboriginal leadership and training, by enrolling four staff members in leadership and management training
  • Created opportunities to improve and increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment outcomes in the workplace.

RAP Challenges

  • Adapted to the challenges presented by COVID-19 to successfully launch our RAP virtually
  • COVID-19 has also presented us with challenges in maintaining face-to-face training, therefore we have come up with innovative ways of continuing the training in an online format

What does the future hold?

  • Display an Acknowledgement of Country and local Aboriginal tribe name plaque at each Momentum Collective site that are accessed by Aboriginal and Torres Islander People across the region
  • Develop employment pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Developing stage two of our Cultural Awareness training
  • Develop and maintain more working relationships and partnerships with service providers and organisations.