At Mitcham Social, we are unwavering in our commitment to Indigenous reconciliation. We recognize the historical injustices faced by Indigenous communities and are dedicated to fostering understanding, respect, and unity within our society.
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live, work, and create. This acknowledgment is a foundational step in our reconciliation journey, reflecting our commitment to cultural awareness and understanding.
Our commitment to reconciliation extends to honoring the Elders, both past and present, for their invaluable role in preserving their cultural heritage and passing it down through generations. Their leadership and wisdom are vital in bridging the past and the present.
As part of our commitment to reconciliation, Socialise we aim to learn from the knowledge and sustainable practices of Indigenous communities, incorporating these values into our community’s ethos. We also strive to address historical injustices and promote a deeper connection to the land and its people.
Reconciliation is not just a one-time effort; it is an ongoing journey towards unity, respect, and understanding. We are committed to celebrating and amplifying the voices and contributions of Indigenous communities, recognizing their invaluable role in our society.
Our commitment to Indigenous reconciliation is a testament to our dedication to building bridges, fostering cultural awareness, and working towards a more inclusive and harmonious future for all Australians.