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STRETCH Reconciliation Action Plan 23-25

Last Thursday, we were so proud to launch our STRETCH Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2023-2025. This is an important journey for all of us.

This is Barnardos third RAP. We’ve achieved so much but there’s so much more to do. The important relationships we have built will inform this work.

As part of our Ceremony, our special guest Brendan Kerin from Metropolitan Aboriginal Land Council welcomed us to Country and held the Smoking Ceremony. Followed by a presentation hosted by Melissa Bell, Executive Leader, Practice Quality which included the following speakers:

  • Deirdre Cheers, CEO
  • Rick Macourt, Board Director
  • Kerry Moore, Senior Manager, Special Projects
  • Members of the RAP Working Group: Zanette Clements & Catherine Turner

Thank you to everyone involved for your ongoing commitment to this process.

View the RAP

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