Our shared journey

At Allinto, we value and celebrate diversity and inclusion, recognising the innovation and service quality it brings. Our unwavering focus remains on ensuring equal human rights for all people who need our support, making each individual feel valued and respected.

Our first RAP symbolises our dedication to reconciliation, reflecting our optimism for a better future and our ongoing pursuit of improved service through diverse perspectives and continuous learning.

The RAP Working Group comprises of 16 members and has enabled collaboration across the Allinto by encouraging representation from each of the entities.

In co-operation with Reconciliation Australia, Allinto has developed its first Reflect RAP which was approved in April 2024.

The first Group Reflect RAP helps establish foundations for relationships, culturally appropriate resources, and training to enhance cultural competence. It fosters growth and reconciliation, with appreciation for guidance from First Nations peoples and the RAP Working Group.

Our reconciliation artwork

The artwork symbolises our commitment to reconciliation with First Nations peoples and their dedication to fostering connections within communities.

The artwork beautifully represents our engagement with various communities, fostering connections, and promoting values that tie individuals to their surroundings and fellow human beings. It communicates the essence of our work and the significance of collaboration and shared values in creating a positive impact.

About the Artist

Indigenous Australian Artist, Leah Cummins is a proud Mayi (MayiKulan from the Mayi speaking tribes of North-Western Queensland) and Kalkadoon woman.

Our vision for reconciliation

To recognise and respect the rich history and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, we commit to meaningful connections that celebrate healing, promote safety and inclusive opportunity.

  • Our commitment to reconciliation – we are committed to reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
  • Community engagement and trust – build trust and rapport with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities by actively engaging with them in the development and implementation of initiatives that address their needs and aspirations.
  • Enhanced service delivery – by understanding and addressing the specific needs and cultural contexts of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, we can improve the effectiveness and cultural appropriateness of our services, supports and programs.
  • Corporate social responsibility – engaging in reconciliation efforts aligns with our commitment to social justice and equity and ensures we provide culturally aware and safe care to our customers, and their families.

Launching our Reflect RAP during National Reconciliation Week

Allinto organised a series of events to bring together its staff and community in acknowledging National Reconciliation Week and celebrate the launch the Reconciliation Australia approved Reflect RAP while also learning more about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements.

National Reconciliation Week takes place from 27 May to 3 June and the theme for 2024 is Now More Than Ever, a reminder to all of us that no matter what, the fight for justice and the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will —and must —continue.

Annual dates of cultural significance

13 FebruaryAnniversary of the National Apology to Australia’s Indigenous People
21 MarchNational Close the Gap Day
26 MayNational Sorry Day
27 May – 3 JuneNational Reconciliation Week
27 MayAnniversary of the 1967 Referendum
3 JuneMabo Day
1 JulyThe Coming of Light Festival
7-14 JulyNAIDOC Week 2024
4 AugustNational Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day
9 AugustThe United Nations International Day of World’s Indigenous People