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DCA supports the proper recognition of the unique status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our country’s history and of ensuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices are central in any discussions around recognition and reconciliation.
Many organisations are committed to engaging with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and providing employment opportunities is a key part of this engagement. But genuine inclusion is about more than simply creating employment opportunities.
Genuine inclusion must begin with reconciliation. There can be no genuine workplace inclusion while our First Nations Peoples are excluded from opportunities, and we as a nation do not address race relations, equality and equity, unity, institutional integrity, and historical acceptance.
It also requires creating an organisation that understands and respects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Providing a safe and welcoming environment should be a critical part of any workplace’s diversity and inclusion strategy and planning.
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people have experienced significant exclusion from Australian society for many years. Ending that exclusion is foundational to D&I.
Latest Articles - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
Rebecca Hyland, Proud Indigenous Advocate, Kamilaroi Woman, shares how her organisation honours it through their RAP.
Diversity Council Australia makes a submission in response to the Indigenous Voice Co-design Process Interim Report to the Australian Government.
In May 2020, Herbert Smith Freehills CEO and the broader leadership team began a deeper conversation with their people about improving ethnic diversity across the firm.
Lisa Annese, CEO of DCA, spoke with John Paul Janke about what is needed to recognise Australia’s ongoing racial injustices and shift the dial.
The Gari Yala survey aims to be a voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers, capturing the truth on workplace cultural safety, inclusion and exclusion/racism.
DCA joined 30 other high profile community organisations asking the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition to work together to tackle racism.