Our Commitment

Walking Together

Fostering an inclusive environment and promoting cultural connection is not just a commitment—it’s a way of life at Civic.

We are grateful to everyone who has joined us on this journey so far and look forward to continuing our efforts to build a more inclusive and connected community.

Together, we can create a future where cultural understanding and unity are at the forefront of everything we do.

  • Statement of Commitment to the Traditional Owners of the Land


    Civic acknowledges the Traditional Custodians the Dharawal and Dharug language groups as part of the world’s oldest living, continuous culture with unique languages and spiritual relationships to the land and seas.   

    We acknowledge the Gadigal, Gweagal, Bidjigal, Wangal and Gandangara peoples and extend this to the lands and waters in which all Civic connections live and work.  

    Civic is committed to supporting the physical, cultural, spiritual and family wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.  

    We are committed to building genuine relationships to form true allyship and we will continue to do this through, partnering and walking with First Nations peoples to Learn about the connection to  country and culture through walking on country together and sharing cultural experiences, we will continue to Connect through yarning circles as a place to share knowledge and Belong and we will explore local solutions through true community consultations to ensure Aboriginal and Torres strait islander peoples have a genuine input into the programs and services that are delivered to their communities and to develop and deliver services and supports that are inclusive and culturally safe to all.  

    Civic expresses its openness and its commitment to take an active role in closing the gap by ensuring that cultural connection is part of who we are and how we operate.

    We hereby renew and declare our determination to listen and learn from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, to recognise their important contribution, and to offer a service that responds to the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their communities.  

    This statement of commitment was renewed on the 30 May 2024 as part of National Reconciliation Week and was developed through consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients and staff.  

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