Reconciliation

Griffith College acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land in Australia and respects all First Nations peoples in the Countries in which we operate. We recognise and respect the continuing living cultures of First Nations peoples. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

Artwork created by Marcia McGuire, a proud Whadjuk, Ballardong and Yamatji Aboriginal woman.

A commitment to reconciliation

At Griffith College, we honour Aboriginal Australians as the Traditional Owners of the lands where our campuses are situated.

We recognize that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have maintained unique relationships with the land, sea, waterways, and skies for tens of thousands of years as the world's oldest continuous culture. 

Griffith College is committed to being a place where people of all cultures feel valued and respected. We acknowledge that reconciliation is a collective effort, with every student and staff member playing a role in fostering positive change and building a more inclusive Australia.

Griffith College students are able to access support services offered by GUMURRII; a dedicated student support unit for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at Griffith University. Find out more via the link below.

Navitas Reconciliation Action Plan

"We are proud to commence our journey to reconciliation with the development of this Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan. This plan has been identified as a priority initiative by the Navitas Executive Leadership Team and forms part of our broader commitment to develop a more respectful, diverse, equal and inclusive place for our people to learn, work and thrive."