MU Group is proud to launch our first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
At MU Group we have spent the last few months understanding the RAP process and developing our First RAP. Our Reflect RAP is our commitment to better understand the histories, cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, in a way that contributes to reconciliation and an inclusive future of Australia.
To view our full RAP, visit Reconciliation Australia here.
We love the stunning artwork created by talented artist, Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) from We are 27 Creative. The artwork, named ‘Nawi Country’, incorporates MU Group themes and vision for our RAP “Connected through humanity, moving forward together”. It looks at concepts of Place, Land, Water, Country and Connection.
Our RAP Champion is Matt Murphy, who with Terry Lance, the Chair of the RAP Working Group, is responsible for driving engagement, awareness and implementation of the RAP. The RAP Working Group will lead a variety of actions to build cultural understanding and deeper relationships, foster employment and economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by embedding our intent in our policy and the way we do our business.
We look forward to our journey to achieving the initiatives in this plan, working with and learning from First Nations Australians on what support for genuine reconciliation looks like going forward. As the name suggests, our first RAP is all about reflection, taking time to deepen our understanding and carving out how we can uniquely contribute.
If you are an MU Group partner or supplier, please reach out to us to explore new opportunities to join forces and increase our impact.