The Knight’s inaugural Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan officially endorsed.

The Knight is pleased to share an exciting development in our Reconciliation journey – our inaugural Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) has been officially endorsed.

RAPs are like a roadmap, assisting businesses to embed meaningful reconciliation activities into their operations across three key pillars of relationships, respect and opportunities. The four RAP types (Reflect, Innovate, Stretch and Elevate) are designed to suit organisations at different stages of their reconciliation journey.

A Reflect RAP is all about engaging with staff and leaders in understanding the importance of reconciliation, developing relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders and scoping where our organisation can best have impact.

While The Knight have taken some strides over recent years, we are proud to have our commitment formalised through the endorsement of this RAP and look forward to the next 12 months of building strong foundations in this space.

Learn more about RAPs >          View our RAP >

Guwalnila garrulyenek guwalnila (“Side by Side”)

Guwalnila garrulyenek guwalnila (“Side by Side”) by Luke and Siena Tieri, Bayadherra

We would like to thank Luke and Siena Tieri of Bayadherra for painting Guwalnila garrulyenek guwalnila (“Side by Side”), a beautiful piece depicting the connection and collaboration between The Knight and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, our values as an organisation and the location of our offices on Bunurong and Wurundjeri Countries.

Read artwork story >          Meet the artists >

Our Reconciliation Working Group.

The Knight’s inaugural Reconciliation Working Group

This working group will drive the deliverables outlined with the RAP, at both an organisational and team level, while also interfacing with our internal Social, Wellbeing and Sustainability Committees to ensure maximum visibility, participation and understanding of our actions.

Our RAP Champion will work closely with the Working Group and report directly to Executive Management (namely People & Culture and Managing Director) to ensure appropriate buy in and engagement.

Our sphere of influence.

A key element of a Reflect RAP is scoping out where our organisation can have the best impact using our sphere of influence. Representing the interests of well over 25,000 property owners, living across the country and the globe, we are aware of our potential for impact.

To our clients, contractors and other stakeholders, we’d love to work with you on this journey. Get in touch to share any organisations you think we should work with, any initiatives we could support, or simply to share your own reconciliation stories with us.

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