Reconciliation Victoria facilitates reconciliation activities across the state.  We want to enable organisations and groups undertaking reconciliation activities in Victoria to develop a shared understanding of meaningful reconciliation, and to collaborate and share resources to achieve greater outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Local Reconciliation Groups

Throughout both metropolitan and regional Victoria, Reconciliation Victoria supports and works with an independent network of Local Reconciliation Groups. 

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Local government

Reconciliation Victoria sees local government as pivotal in progressing meaningful reconciliation, through its ability to work with its own local communities. Through our Maggolee website, we promote good practice in Victorian local government's Aboriginal engagement and reconciliation.

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Reconciliation Victoria believes that educating students about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures, and our true history, is fundamental to achieving long-term change and meaningful reconciliation. We provide a conduit between the education sector, teachers, parents and students.

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City of Kingston RAP Launch, 2022.
Energy Australia Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) launch, 2023


Reconciliation Victoria supports organisations, local governments, schools and early learning centres to develop meaningful Reconciliation Action Plans (RAP).

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Engaging with Reconciliation Victoria

There are several ways you can connect with Reconciliation Victoria on your RAP journey.

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Reconciliation Victoria’s RAP workshops are inclusive of and jointly delivered with Traditional Owners from Victoria, Elders and First Nations peoples who have an interest in supporting RAP organisations with a commitment to reconciliation.

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