The second Reconciliation Action Plan was recently launched at International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney). Building on a project that started in 2018, this next phase was presented during the very first Business Sydney First Nations Forum. The whole initiative is meant to connect, learn and share with the city’s First Nations community.
Reconciliation Australia CEO, Karen Mundine said: “ICC Sydney’s Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan is an opportunity for the venue to strengthen existing and new connections that will become the lifeblood of its Reconciliation Action Plan commitments. By enabling and empowering staff to contribute to this process, ICC Sydney will ensure shared and cooperative success in the long-term.”
ICC Sydney Director of Corporate Affairs and Communication, and Chair of ICC Sydney’s Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group, Samantha Glass said: “We have the great privilege of welcoming people from around Australia and across the world and for many, their experiences at ICC Sydney may be their first in Australia – whether in person or online. We believe we have not just an opportunity, but an obligation to celebrate and acknowledge Australia’s First Nations. By continuing to build a welcoming and inclusive culture, we hope to extend career opportunities and encourage more First Nations people to join our team.”