ART STATEMENT

How do you make an image of Reconciliation?

Reconciliation is a living, breathing, process of sharing and valuing the traditions and cultural learnings as they are applied today. The body of images used in our RAP is based on cultural workshops and events we have supported to keep traditions of making and knowledge transfer accessible to young people in our region.

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MEET BREE!

How did we choose our front cover?

Our front cover features Bree, one of our Youth and Family Mentors and former Campbell Page customer. She attended our Youth Centre and participated in our school based career planning for Aboriginal students.

We felt that Bree was the perfect person to represent our Reconciliation Action Plan, not only because of her achievements within the community but also to recognise that if we invest in our young people, we can create more meaningful opportunities and open doors that are too often locked.

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A message from our CEO

Natalie Turmine - Chief Executive Officer Campbell Page

“This is an important journey that we’re embarking on and one that certainly doesn’t stop with the preparation of this plan. This is merely the beginning of our reconciliation journey together and I’m excited to continue to expand our organisational knowledge and each of our team’s understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s history and experiences, their important roles as custodians of land and culture and to embrace these as they guide our story into the future.”

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A Message from Reconciliation Australia

Karen Mundine - Chief Executive Officer Reconciliation Australia

“Reconciliation Australia welcomes Campbell Page to the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program with the formal endorsement of its inaugural Reflect RAP. Campbell Page joins a network of more than 1,100 corporate, government, and not-for-profit organisations that have made a formal commitment to reconciliation through the RAP program.”

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