Luma acknowledges the past and present traditional owners of the land: the Whadjuk Nyoongar people. It is a privilege to be standing on Whadjuk Nyoongar country, and we recognise the contributions of Aboriginal, non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people towards the health and wellbeing of all, in this beautiful country we share together.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) gives us the opportunity to actively contribute to reconciliation in Australia.
Improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health is not just about improving the physical wellbeing of an individual. It is about working toward the social, emotional, and cultural wellbeing of the whole community in which each individual is able to achieve their full potential.
This is our opportunity to pledge our commitments to reconciliation within our organisation, which happens most importantly by ensuring we are offering culturally sensitive and culturally appropriate services for every individual who engages with Luma.
Our RAP for July 2023 – July 2025 has been officially endorsed by Reconciliation Australia.