Reconciliation Action Plan

Acknowledgements

We pay our respects to Elders’ past, present and emerging and we acknowledge that they hold the memories, traditions, cultures and hopes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

LifeTec recognises that reconciliation is an ongoing process and as such we have set out to develop our first Reconciliation Action Plan, LifeTec understands that the development and implementation of our Reconciliation Action Plan is a fluid process, and we encourage individuals and organisations to join our reconciliation journey and converse with us about ways in which we can improve the plan.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

LifeTec’s RAP includes actions and deliverables that we are committed to deliver over a period of 12 months.

LifeTec Australia has a long and proud history of providing services to, with, and alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples throughout Queensland.

LIfeTec anticipates that the Reconciliation Action Plan will create significant new opportunities as outlined below:

New Opportunities:

About the Artwork

We would like to gratefully acknowledge the contribution of Maxine Zealey, whose artwork features throughout LifeTec Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan. Maxine comes from the Gooreng Gooreng people of the Bundaberg area and is a direct descendant of Lexi Dublin (Granny Clarke) and Lena Horton.

The artwork conveys an invitation to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to reach out together with LifeTec Australia. The background of the painting is a series of small dots depicting a happy situation. Colours used in the painting represent the rich cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Earthy tones represent the land and Aboriginal communities. Blues, greens and black represent Torres Strait Islander peoples and LifeTec Australia.

We would like to gratefully acknowledge the contribution of Maxine Zealey, whose artwork features throughout LifeTec Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan. Maxine comes from the Gooreng Gooreng people of the Bundaberg area and is a direct descendant of Lexi Dublin (Granny Clarke) and Lena Horton.

The artwork conveys an invitation to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to reach out together with LifeTec Australia. The background of the painting is a series of small dots depicting a happy situation. Colours used in the painting represent the rich cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Earthy tones represent the land and Aboriginal communities. Blues, greens and black represent Torres Strait Islander peoples and LifeTec Australia.

Elements within the artwork include:

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