Reconciliation Action Plan


TheFulcrum.Agency acknowledges that Aboriginal peoples are the Traditional Custodians of the lands in which we live and work, and that the many nations that occupied the Australian continent have never ceded sovereignty of their country. 

Our journey towards reconciliation has involved our staff and leadership team being exposed to many facets of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, obligation and respect inherent in First Nations communities.

Credit: Bo Wong
Cherelle Wurrawilya, Anindilyakwa Housing Aboriginal Corporation and Heather MacRae, Associate at TF.A
Credit: Bo Wong

For us, reconciliation is nuanced, contingent and a form of practice that is central to our decision making.

The development of a Reconciliation Action Plan allows us to demonstrate to the communities in which we work, our staff and clients that we are deeply committed to the process of reconciliation. Learn more about our RAP here:

Read the TF.A Innovate RAP on Issuu

Yee-Haw Money Trucks, Jacky Green 2017
"Year after year mining trucks keep taking the material from our country. The miners cut our river and diverted its waters to dig at the resting place of the Rainbow Snake. Year after year, hour on hour, the trucks haul the minerals away. They take all the Spirit from the country. They take the wealth from our country, leaving behind a huge open cut pit and toxic waste rock pile for us to clean up. They cut-open the guts of the Snake and left us with the mess.

We hurt when we see those trucks driving through our country. Just like the cowboys scream yee-haw at the rodeo, I imagine the miners riding their trucks across our country screaming, "Yee-haw, I'm rich, Fuck you!"

- Jacky Green

This artwork hangs proudly in our office.