Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders at Schneider Electric Australia & New Zealand
In December 2019, Schneider Electric launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Since then, this living, strategic document has guided our contribution as a company to reconciliation between First Nations People and other Australians.
Our vision for reconciliation is an Australia where unity between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians is embraced and celebrated. A nation where equality is not only expected, it is the norm. Where the contributions and stories of all people are celebrated, our shared history is acknowledged and truthfully told, and the relationships between people are making all our lives richer and more rewarding. Where the negative experiences of race relations are recognised, acknowledged, sincerely regretted, and vowed never to be repeated again.
Our vision as a company is that we will be able to look back proudly, having played our part fully in helping to achieve this outcome. That we can contribute to a world in which access to energy is fair and equitable for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and that we are part of an industry that welcomes and values the contribution and knowledge brought by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees and specialists.