Reconciliation Action Plans
What is a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), why are they so important and how do you create one? Listen in to this panel discussion from the ACA and TheFulcrum.Agency to learn more about RAPs, including insights from other practices and what you can do to participate in the program.
This panel discussion was held on 3 June 2021 during Reconciliation Week and is now available for PURCHASE ON DEMAND ($25 for members, $40 for nonmembers).
Close to 650 businesses around Australia have Reconciliation Action Plans (RAP) in place but only a handful of those are architectural practices. Why is this so?
The RAP program is an initiative of Reconciliation Australia and was devised to provide businesses with a framework to organise their reconciliation activities and to support the national reconciliation movement. There are four RAP levels, enabling businesses to participate in the program at a pace that matches their capacity and scale.
In an hour-long webinar, the ACA and TheFulcrum.Agency addresses the underrepresentation of the architectural profession in the RAP program through a conversation with practitioners and experts with experience in putting a RAP together.
This webinar took place during National Reconciliation Week and is for anyone looking to begin or augment their reconciliation efforts. TF.A Founder, Emma Williamson facilitates a panel with:
- Christine Dernee, Reconciliation Australia
- Rosina Di Maria, Woods Bagot
- Tahlia Hays, Breathe Architecture
- Emma Brain, TheFulcrum.Agency
- Viviana Sacchero, RAP consultant
Members – $25
Non-members – $40
*One ticket per attendee.
1 formal CPD point.
AACA NSCA : 9 Practice Management. APBSA Core Area: Practice Management.
For more about the CPD learning outcomes or to purchase on demand, see the booking page.
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