Walking together with Australia’s First Nations People

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Walking together with Australia’s First Nations People

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Welcome to Deloitte’s ‘Stretch’ RAP, which outlines the next stages in our tangible commitment to further engage and collaborate with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia.

While our work towards reconciliation as a country and as a firm is ongoing, the launch of our third RAP during 2020 National Reconciliation Week (with its apt theme of In this together) is an important milestone. It challenges us to embed reconciliation initiatives into our business strategies, including through our culture as a firm.

Our ‘Stretch’ RAP is the culmination of three years of intense work during which we substantially increased our focus and commitment to listen and work together towards better and fairer outcomes for Indigenous Australians – and to bring all Australians together.

We warmly invite our people, our clients and our communities to be part of our reconciliation journey and to learn from the history and wisdom of those who have cared for these lands for more than 60,000 years. Deloitte and our people are proud to walk together with Australia’s First Nations people.

Artwork: KNOWLEDGE AND CULTURE by Shantelle McCormack, an Aranda/Amatyerre artist, Worawa Aboriginal College

Walking together with Australia’s First Nations People: Deloitte Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan
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