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Our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) marks the beginning of a long-term journey of supporting legal and social justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

WLSQ is committed to the creation of a society in which every woman:
• Is safe from violence
• Is able to tell her story, have it heard and respected
• Receives a fair and just outcome from legal and social welfare systems

We acknowledge the resilience and agency of our clients, and all First Nations people. Their experiences and stories inform our work and continue to inspire us to pursue our mission.

Our RAP forms an important part of delivering on our values and our Strategy and identifies a number of key activities on our reconciliation journey including:
• Building on partnerships and developing new networks in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
• Further developing cultural safety and security training programs for staff
• Elevating and prioritising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices through formal consultation with the Board

Our RAP has the full support of our Board and Leadership Team. We will work with our clients, our team, our partners and stakeholders to implement our RAP and report on our progress.

This is the first step of many for WLSQ to contribute to a more just and equitable Australia.

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Read and download the full Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

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