Bagdad Education and Care


JOIN THIS RAP
Type
Early learning service
State/Territory
TAS
Duration
September 2022 to September 2023
VISION FOR RECONCILIATION

Our vision is for all First Nations peoples and non-Indigenous people within Australian to live peacefully, in harmony and with respect and recognition of each other's cultures and histories to form a true reconciliation between people of all cultures. We value the cultural histories of Australia’s  First Nation's peoples, beyond the last two hundred years, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives  as well as their ways of knowing and being.

We commit to respectfully integrating and embedding this into our pedagogical practice to create a culturally safe and inclusive space for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within our community. We commit to advocating for reconciliation within our community to build respect, equity and equality, further partnerships and become a catalyst for re-learning the truth about Australia's First Nations people and their history and more specifically Tasmania palawa.

Reconciliation is a positive construct that emerges from cultural understanding, acceptance and ultimately respect which will be continuously reflected upon by our learning community and embedded First Nation’s perspectives into curriculum, our learning environment and at the organisational level through our philosophy, policies, documentation, communication and institutional/ political engagement.


Actions
search