The Reconciliation Action Plan program was launched in 2006 by Professor Mick Dodson and former Prime Minister John Howard, as a forward-looking aspect of celebrating the 40th anniversary of the 1967 referendum. As the program nears its 10th anniversary, Reconciliation Australia looks at its progress, while the Australian Red Cross and Jesuit Social Services give insights into their RAP processes.
The need to co-design services and projects with the people who most need them to work is becoming widely accepted. Michela Clarkson examines the theory and ... Read More
The social sector has only recently begun to see itself as a critical economic player, says Professor David Hayward. But as governments shift more from social ... Read More