We work with NSW public sector agencies to develop sector-wide policies and programs to support our Aboriginal employees and the citizens of NSW. 

Our aims are to:

  • improve employment outcomes by attracting more Aboriginal people to work in our sector
  • empower our current Aboriginal employees to develop their capabilities and careers 
  • support all employees across our sector to build Aboriginal cultural capabilities and work in a trauma-informed way
  • support sector agencies to understand and use data to inform planning and decision making
  • connect employees through networking, forums and programs.

Aboriginal Employment Strategy

Sets the direction and targets to strengthen our workforce to deliver better outcomes for Aboriginal people in NSW.

Our focus areas

Everyone's Business

Our cultural capability training package to help you understand Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and how past policies and practices continue to affect the community today.

An Aboriginal man's hand is covered in white ochre paint

Acknowledgement of Country

How to deliver an Acknowledgement of Country in face-to-face meetings, online, in published material and when distributing e-resources.

A painted artwork. The three large circles in this painting represent the three rivers of the Wiradjuri country: the Murray, the Lachlan and the Murrumbidgee. The circles on the outside represent waterholes and the white dots are our people travelling up-river gathering food for our ancestors. The rivers were a means of survival and a continuation of life.

Knowing our workforce

Using data and research, networking events and knowledge sharing, and engaging with our sector advisory group.

A group of Aboriginal staff participate in a networking event