This year’s NAIDOC week for the first time ever was postponed from the annual July celebrations to November, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many organisations, schools, and cultures still celebrated and acknowledged the original July date with a number of virtual activities. This was amazing to see and what it highlighted was that we are able to come together irrespective of the challenges we face.
This week in line with the November NAIDOC celebrations, Anchor is commemorating NAIDOC through our own internal learning and development. We are a proud organisation whose values are underpinned by empowerment, diversity and excellence and it’s these values which drive our learning and continuous improvement culture.
As a result of our value driven approach, Anchor has worked hard to develop a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) committee whose role it is to work towards an organisational wide Reconciliation Plan, ensuring we are contributing to reconciliation both internally and in the communities in which we work.
Our CEO Heidi Tucker shares her insights into Anchor’s RAP and why this is so important as an organisation.
Make sure to check out all the activities and NAIDOC Week celebrations taking place in your community by visiting the official NAIDOC Week page here.