Staying the Course for Meaningful Reconciliation

In the wake of 2023’s disappointing referendum result, there is an even greater sense of urgency to actively listen to First Nations Australians and take proactive steps to support reconciliation so that we can bring about real, tangible outcomes.

Our First Nations Insights program for 2024 covered discussion on what’s next for reconciliation – and how we can redouble our efforts by centering First Nations’ voices and lived experiences, recognising and hearing truth telling, and naming and addressing racism.

Lisa Annese (she/her), DCA’s CEO, in conversation with a special guest panel: 

  • Kate Russell (she/her), CEO, Supply Nation
  • Professor Peter Anderson (he/him), Director Indigenous Research Unit at Griffith University 
  • Karen Mundine (she/her), CEO, Reconciliation Australia.
At the end of the event, DCA announced the new launch of our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Lisa Annese, along with our panel, shared some insights on the importance of our commitment to reconciliation. 

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