2 June 2023

UniSuper’s Reconciliation Action Plan aims to create and support long-lasting relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples based on trust, empathy, respect and good governance.

This involves working towards the delivery of improved employment and retirement outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples while ensuring that their voices and perspectives help inform the design and development of our services and communications.

The proposed constitutional change, including the Voice, seeks to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are both recognised and consulted on government and parliamentary decisions, policies and laws that impact them.

UniSuper supports the proposed constitutional change, noting it aligns well with the spirit of our RAP and provides a historic opportunity to accept the generous invitation from First Nations peoples in The Uluru Statement From The Heart to walk together for a better future by supporting the Voice.

For more information

Zach Relouw
PR/Media Lead
M: +61 3 8831 6360
E  media@unisuper.com.au 

Note to editors*

UniSuper is one of Australia’s largest superannuation funds and is run solely for the benefit of its members. For forty years, UniSuper has been managing super for people employed in the higher education and research sector, and as of 2021 opened the fund to all Australians. UniSuper currently invests over $115 billion on behalf of over 600,000 members.

Please note past performance is not an indicator of future performance. The information provided above is of a general nature only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs.

*As at December 2022.


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