Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity and inclusion is an important aspect of the CDPP — where our people strengthen our ability to provide a fair, equitable and consistent prosecution service for the Australian community.
To enable employees at the CDPP to contribute and thrive, and where employees are recognised, valued and respected, we have developed resources aimed at fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Diversity and Inclusion Strategy 2021-2023
The Diversity and Inclusion Strategy 2021-2023 is underpinned by three key principles:
- Visibility - our commitment to diversity and inclusion is actively and visibly promoted.
- Capability - our workforce is equipped with the knowledge required to embrace and embed workplace inclusion across the organisation and identify unconscious bias, addressing it, where it may exist.
- Inclusion - we drive a consistent, supportive, and respectful approach to inclusion and seeks to create career pathways for diverse talent.
Read the following document:
The Multicultural Access and Equity Action Plan 2018-2020
The Multicultural Access and Equity Action Plan (MAEAP) identifies the actions the CDPP will undertake to enhance our services, interactions and responsiveness to culturally and linguistically diverse employees, colleagues, witnesses and victims.
Read the CDPP’s Multicultural Access and Equity Action Plan