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Christian Super launches reconciliation action planBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | MONDAY, 1 APR 2019 10:54AM
Christian Super has announced its first reconciliation action plan (RAP), demonstrating a commitment to better recognising and understanding issues faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Read more: Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Christian Super, AIST Indigenous Super Roundtable, Amanda Young, First Nations Foundation Big Super Day, FS Super, Karen Mundine, Northern Territory, Reconciliation Australia, Ross Piper
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