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Reconciliation Action Plan

About the RLPA Reconciliation Action Plan

The Rugby League Players Association launched its second Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (2024-26) in 2024.

The Rugby League Players Association’s (RLPA) vision for reconciliation is an inclusive, educated, and respectful community in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians are united and empowered through the shared experience Rugby League provides.

We remain committed to this vision developed for our first Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan and it is carried through to our new Innovate RAP. Rugby League players have an important role in achieving reconciliation. The RLPA recognises the opportunity that exists to empower its members on this journey, while also making its own meaningful contribution as an organisation.

Our second Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan will continue to be an integral part of the RLPA’s strategic direction, ultimately enhancing the Association’s connection with, and advocacy for, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander players.

The RAP Working Group consists of former NRL player Ryan James, and current NRL and NRLW players Adam Elliott, Nicho Hynes, Jasmine Peters and Shaylee Bent.

Click here to view the RLPA’s latest Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan.

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