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Voice. Treaty. Truth

This year’s theme for National NAIDOC Week speaks of the importance for all voices to be heard. For truth to be told and accepted and for everyone to move into the future united.

A significant step in ensuring all Australians feel a part of their community and country is through being understood and accepted in their work place.

GROW Gippsland acknowledges the traditional owners across Gippsland, the Gunaikurnai people. Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) offer Cultural Awareness training to GROW Compact Members to give them an insight to the knowledge and experiences of the Gunaikurnai people.

The GROW program offers Cultural Safety and Inclusion training, facilitated by Aboriginal Business and Employment lead, Liz Allen, to Compact Members committed to their inclusive employment journey. Liz provides real-life examples from her past employment experiences to encourage the discussion around recruitment, employment and retention of Aboriginal people by sharing best practice examples.

Read the journey of GHD Group, a Compact Member, as they follow the path of learning and discovery: https://bit.ly/2FXDW6F

GLaWAC website: www.gunaikurnai.org

NAIDOC Week website: www.naidoc.org.au

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