The development of the CKB RAP marks an important milestone and will guide the way our organisation works with local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to achieve better outcomes. Development of the RAP occurred over two years and reflects considerable planning efforts with local stakeholders including the Goldfields Land and Sea Council, City councillors and various working groups.
By publically declaring its commitment to reconciliation, CKB can build a more prosperous future for the City. The RAP will be championed by CKB executives with support, guidance and direction from the CKB Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group. The group will be comprised of various councillors and appointed local stakeholders to ensure the right people are engaged in delivering outcomes.
The Kalgoorlie-Boulder NAIDOC Week committee put on a fantastic line up of local, free and family friendly events every year.
To see what's happening for NAIDOC Week 2020 (5-12 July) visit the NAIDOCKB facebook page.