menu

Reconciliation Journey

24th June 2020


Last year, the FKG Group began an important journey with its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. The FKG Group has begun to prepare a formal plan, guided by their Reconciliation Working Group, to build on current working relationships with Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples and improve their understanding of Indigenous values, culture and history. As part of the RAP, the FKG Group is also looking for opportunities to increase employment and economic opportunities for Indigenous peoples and businesses.

More recently, the FKG Group was proud to recognise and support National Reconciliation Week (NRW), which focuses on closing the gap between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Australia.

As part of NRW, the FKG Group welcomed special guest John Briggs from JB Consultancy for a virtual presentation to our team. John, an experienced Indigenous consultant, has run over 1000 workshops and cultural awareness programs for both Federal and State Governments. The FKG Group’s Reconciliation Working Group is looking forward to continuing to work with John on the implementation of the FKG Group’s RAP and closing the gap.

Related News

  • CELEBRATING THE LADIES OF THE FKG GROUP - INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

    CELEBRATING THE LADIES OF THE FKG GROUP - INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
    5th March 2020

    Construction and Civil industries have seen an influx of female workers in recent years which is helping to change the perception of a traditionally male-domina...

    Read more

  • FKG FLYS THE FLAG FOR R U OK DAY

    FKG FLYS THE FLAG FOR R U OK DAY
    15th September 2018

    FKG Group teams across a range of sites proudly raised the ‘Mates in Construction’ flag on September 14 in honour of this year’s “Fly the Flag Day 2018” for MAT...

    Read more

  • FKG Group Donates Hay to Farmers in the Isaac Region

    FKG Group Donates Hay to Farmers in the Isaac Region
    12th December 2018

    Throughout their Isaac Regional Council roadworks project, the FKG Group saw firsthand the heartbreaking difficulties local farmers were facing. In order to len...

    Read more

visit the fkg group news centre