Plan for positive change
EARLY parenting and childhood services provider Ngala has launched its second Reconciliation Action Plan.
The launch was held at its National Reconciliation Week event, which celebrated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
About 50 guests attended, including Elders, Ngala board members and staff and local government and community representatives.
The Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands flags were raised.
“Flying the Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags is a highly visible way for Ngala to demonstrate respect for First Nations peoples and our commitment to reconciliation,” Ngala chief executive Ashley Reid said.
“In Ngala’s 2016-18 Reconciliation Action Plan, the priority is strengthening our relationships, especially with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members and organisations, to achieve real, meaningful and sustained change.
“Building these relationships will increase respect and understanding and create opportunities for Ngala to continue working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.”
Ngala has launched its second Reconciliation Action Plan.