Reconciliation Action Plan

Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) – Yangadlitya (For the Future) 2019-2021 

In 2019, the University of Adelaide set out to develop and implement the first RAP in its almost 150-year history. Central to the RAPs vision is both the sharing and passing on of Kaurna culture and knowledge, while recognising and celebrating all First Nations peoples of Australia within the University’s footprint. 

The RAP, which was given the Kaurna name Yangadlitya (translating to “For the Future”) highlighting the University’s ongoing commitment to reconciliation through the creation of an environment where Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous Australians can learn, teach, and research alongside one another from a basis of mutual respect and understanding. 

The Innovate RAP Yangadlitya – For the Future 2019-2021 was officially launched on the 18 September 2019. The two (2) year implementation and active period of the RAP has now come full term. The final report will be published soon, highlighting the findings and results of RAP actions and key outcomes.

Reconciliation Action Plan