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Capturing Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Experiences In The Workplace

Capturing Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Experiences In The Workplace

Capturing Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Experiences In The Workplace

Diversity Council Australia (DCA), along with the Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research at UTS, have recently launched a nationwide survey to find out the truths about Indigenous Australians’ employment experiences in Australia.

We invite all Aboriginal and /or Torres Strait Islander Australian workers to participate in this incredibly important piece of research. 

The Gari Yala (which means ‘speak the truth’ in Wiradjuri) survey aims to be a voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers, capturing the state of play when it comes to workplace cultural safety, inclusion and exclusion/racism.

DCA’s research tells us that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples still experience among the highest rates of workplace exclusion of any group in Australian workplaces.

But what we don’t currently know is how workplaces can better address these issues, from the perspective of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples themselves.

DCA is really proud to be part of a research project that will speak directly to Indigenous people about their experiences and centre their perspectives in the project findings.

Your insights will help to make Australian workplaces culturally safe, inclusive places for our First Nations people.

To take the survey visit the link HERE

Can you help us share the survey? 

We need your help in getting this survey out to as many Indigenous workers as possible. Please share this email with anyone you think might be interested in this research.

Lisa Annese

Chief Executive Officer
Diversity Council Australia


Complete the survey for a chance to win a $100 clothing gift voucher! 

Participants who complete the survey can choose to go into a draw to win one of ten $100 gift vouchers from Ngurrbul Baadhin Clothing.