Each year the Equal Opportunity Commission publishes a calendar which features aspects of Aboriginal community and culture.
The Equal Opportunity Commission’s 2017 Wall Calendar is now available.
With a bright and modern graphic-art style design, four beautiful paintings from 1991 by Aboriginal artist Jody Broun depict issues of discrimination still experienced throughout the community.
The 2017 Calendar is available in a PDF version to download here or contact our office to request a copy be posted out to you.
Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
The Commission launched its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in November 2009.
The RAP turns “good intentions into action” by encouraging and supporting organisations to engage in the national effort to close the gap in life expectancy between Indigenous and other Australians.
The EOC envisions Australia as a nation that recognises and respects Aboriginal and Torres Strait peoples as the original inhabitants and custodians of the land and seas; where its citizens work together to eliminate disadvantage, discrimination and injustice.
The RAP includes specific actions and targets designed to foster the Commission’s relationship with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and bring about a better way of delivering our services. The Commission's RAP also seeks to establish a process for consulting with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders in relation to Commission activities and projects.
EOC RAP RAP 2013 (395 KB)
The Commission's RAP is displayed in a poster in our foyer which welcomes all of our clients.
EOC RAP poster RAP poster (267 KB)