7 December 2019 Featured News

Children’s Hospital Foundation launch their Reconciliation Action Plan

The Children’s Hospital Foundation is extremely proud to have officially launched their ‘Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.

Reconciliation Action Plans are making a difference across Australia in workplaces, universities, schools, government and community organisations, building and encouraging relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities, organisations, and the broader Australian community

Working closely with Reconciliation Australia, the Children’s Hospital Foundation’s vision for reconciliation is to embed values of awareness, acknowledgement and respect of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their cultures within our organisation to contribute towards a fair, equitable and inclusive Australia.

To complement the Plan, an original piece of artwork was created by Shara Delaney, a Nunagal, Goenbal and Ngugi woman from Quandamooka Country known as the Moreton Bay region.

The meaning behind the design is to highlight the history and commitment of the Children’s Hospital Foundation for reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.

View the full Reconciliation Action Plan and find out more about the artwork here.