The Hive and United Way Australia acknowledges that our staff live and work across many unceded Aboriginal lands, with The Hive engaged in deep work on Darug Country. We acknowledge the custodians whose knowledge, cultures and customs have nurtured, and continue to nurture land and peoples since the Dreaming. We pay our respects to Elders, past and present, and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. We commit to the journey of reconciliation, admitting we may not always get it right, but approach this process with open and humble hearts, and the intention to do better.
The Hive United Way Australia are proud to present our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), as we demonstrate our commitment to working with communities to ensure we are doing better. As a whole organisation, we wanted to develop a RAP, to ensure we are all aware of our responsibility towards reconciliation at all levels of our work, and journey together to learn, reflect and embed our foundations in responsive, considered and ethical practices alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
Our RAP is accessible here and we intend to be held accountable to the action items within.