As the lead agency for the Australian Public Service (APS), the Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet (PM&C) has a key role to play in reconciliation. This Reconciliation Action Plan provides a framework for the Department to become a more inclusive and diverse organisation...
New tools for reconciliation: legislation to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
This paper examines the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) implementation through legislative measures taken or proposed by the federal and British Columbia (BC) governments.
This discussion paper explores how Aboriginal Victorians might achieve recognition of their sovereignty, control over their own affairs, and enshrine their rights to self-determination and culture.
As an Indigenous man in a senior government role, Ken Wyatt is ambitious but pragmatic, as he struggles to bridge the gap between Indigenous expectations and political realities.
VACCA discussion paper on treaty, self-determination and the Aboriginal community-controlled services sector
The purpose of this paper is to explore the possible implications of Treaty for Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs), highlight international examples of how treaty holders and Aboriginal agencies have established agreements for service delivery, advocacy and support, and provide some options on how similar...
This report summarises the NSW Government’s progress to date in implementing its commitments to Stolen Generations survivors and their families, made in response to the General Purpose Standing Inquiry into Reparations for the Stolen Generations - the Unfinished Business Report.
The National Heart Foundation's Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) maps out the next phase of the Heart Foundation’s path towards reconciliation. This RAP signifies the organisation's commitment to work with ATSI peoples to reduce the unacceptable disparity in health outcomes that are suffered by First...
The Reconciliation Barometer has been tracked every two years since its launch in 2007. It measure the progress of reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Indigenous Australians.