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Curtin University
Centre For Aboriginal Studies

Reconciliation Action Plan

The national Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program was launched by Reconciliation Australia to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the groundbreaking 1967 referendum.

In 2008, Curtin was the first Australian teaching and research institution to develop and implement its own RAP - almost 10 years after the University's groundbreaking Statement of Reconciliation and Commitment in 1998.

Our plan aims to turn good intentions into action by creating and implementing a strategic plan to help address the many shortcomings that exist between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians within the University's framework.

Curtin's Reconciliation Action Plan

Curtin University will report on the Reconciliation Action Plan progress in its Annual Report, and will provide this information to Reconciliation Australia for posting on its website.

Reconciliation Action Plan Progress Reports