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26 November 2021


The Disability Trust acknowledges and regrets the imposition to the lives and culture of Aboriginal people which occurred as a result of European colonisation in Australia.

We recognise that the Aboriginal peoples of Australia maintain a diversity of living cultures and a unique and deeply felt attachment to country.

As an Australian service provider, The Disability Trust acknowledges and respects the ongoing strength of the spiritual presence of the Aboriginal nations on which we operate. We acknowledge that they remain the spiritual custodians of this land and water.

We believe that Australia will only become a mature nation if the past is acknowledged, the present understood and the future confidently base on the co-existence of rights.

In a spirit of Reconciliation, The Disability Trust will:

This Statement of Reconciliation is offered in the confident hope that the spirit and practice of Reconciliation among all Australians will be nurtured and grow strong.

Please contact us if you would like a copy of our Statement of Reconciliation.

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