Today we launched our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan, which supports the national reconciliation movement and drives activity to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including our staff, our customers and the communities we serve.

Our RAP focuses on building an inclusive housing sector that is free from racism, driving economic participation and appropriate housing solutions for Aboriginal peoples by ensuring Aboriginal cultures, knowledge systems and governance structures are embedded into the core fabric of SA Housing Authority.

Central to our reconciliation ambition is the shared vision that Aboriginal peoples in South Australia have equitable access to safe, secure and affordable homes achieved through shared decision-making and culturally informed services that maintain Aboriginal peoples’ personal and cultural wellbeing.

It features our beautiful RAP artwork, created by Kaurna/Narungga and Ngarrindjeri artist Carly Dodd.

Carly’s work captures the story of SA Housing Authority and depicts the towns scattered across our vast state and the colours of our coast, deserts and plains. The white line work represents the safety net provided by SA Housing Authority in its vital role of providing housing equity for all people.

To learn more about our RAP, visit Reconciliation Action Plan