Connection to place and connection to people are fundamental drivers for Taylor. So too, Diversity is one of our four guiding Principles; Listen, Create, Diversity and Excel. Leading through equality, we make our business stronger through our official partnership with KARI Foundation to increase cultural awareness, connection and opportunity. Together, we can make a more just, equitable and reconciled Australia.
NAIDOC Week, 3 – 10 July, is a time to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! for systemic change. This year’s theme is a challenge to all Australians to support and secure institutional collaborative and cooperative reforms. It’s also time to celebrate the many who have driven and led change in our communities over generations – they have been the heroes and champions of change, or equal rights and even basic human rights.
Taylor is proud to support The Property Council of Australia’s commitment to the Uluru Statement from the Heart, a call by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for real and practical change in Australia through the establishment of a Makarrata Commission, to undertake processes of treaty-making and truth-telling. Giving the Voice a constitutional guarantee through a referendum will create a shared, unifying moment in our nation’s history that we can all understand.
We look forward to working closely with Reconciliation Australia, our people and partners as we continue our important reconciliation journey. To learn more about our Reflect RAP, download our commitment here.
Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!