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Monadelphous Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan 2022-2025

Every year we celebrate NAIDOC Week right across our Australian operations, getting together to recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This year our NAIDOC celebrations are particularly special, as we will proudly launch our latest Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2022-2025.

This is our fourth RAP, and our second Stretch RAP, which marks a further significant step in our reconciliation journey. Reconciliation Australia, the governing body for reconciliation in Australia, will only endorse Plans that meet a very high standard. Currently, we are only one of three Stretch RAP holders in our industry category.

Our first RAP was launched in 2013 with the commitment to offer meaningful and sustainable employment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and this remains a key focus for us today. Since our first RAP, we have continued to mature our approach to building Indigenous engagement and cultural awareness across our operations. Our new RAP is guided by key commitments, including providing long-term employment opportunities, offering training and development programs, supporting First Nations businesses, and establishing meaningful and mutually beneficial partnerships. 

A special thank you to everyone who has contributed to the development of this RAP, members of our RAP Committee, our key delivery partners and those who participated in the consultation sessions that helped inform our approach.

For further information, please contact Ella McCarthy, Group Manager of Marketing and Communications

 Stretch Reconciliation Plan