Relations

Respect

Opportunities

Dimensions

Goals

P

P

P

Unity

1 Western Australians have a better understanding of reconciliation and have the opportunity to participate in reconciliation activities.

P

   

Unity

2 The Aboriginal community in Western Australia engages powerfully with reconciliation.

P

P

P

Unity

3 There are opportunities for cultural exchange between non-Indigenous Australians and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

P

P

 

Race

Relations

4 Western Australians understand the impact of racism and participate in activities that challenge racism.

P

P

 

Equality

&

Equity

5 Western Australians acknowledge the depth of inequality faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the causes of that inequality.

P

P

 

Equality

&

Equity

6 Policies and initiatives to address the inequity in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in WA, deal with the fundamental causes of inequality.

P

P

P

Institutional Integrity

7 There is a whole of governments commitment to reconciliation in WA.

P

 

P

Institutional

Integrity

8 There is a strong stakeholder network in Western Australia committed to reconciliation.

P

P

 

Historical

Acceptance

9 Western Australians understand the history of colonisation and the impact that it has had and continues to have on Aboriginal people.

P

P

 

Historical

Acceptance

10 Incorporate an acknowledgement of the ongoing impact of our history in all policies in relation to Aboriginal people and ensure the wrongs are not repeated.