The Wyatt Trust is committed to the process of reconciliation.

The Wyatt Trust is committed to the process of reconciliation. In 2017 Wyatt accepted the invitation from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to stand by the Uluru Statement From The Heart. Listening to and respecting the voices of First Nations people is fundamental to the way we work.

Our reconciliation journey began in 2017 with our first Reconciliation Action Plan (Reflect), led by a Working Group which included partners and stakeholders under the expert guidance of Parry Agius.

Our journey continued with our Innovate RAP as a practical expression of our desire to contribute meaningfully to reconciliation in Australia. This includes reflecting on the way we use our resources while working alongside First Nations peoples and communities and doing all we can to seek improvements in health, education, housing and living conditions and contributing to a sense of unity and share opportunity.

The RAP process has not only deepened our understanding and ability to better support First Nations peoples, but also spurred us to examine the Trust's own history through an ongoing truth-telling project with the help of Dr Jenni Caruso.

Our ongoing commitment to reconciliation continues, now beyond the RAP framework.

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