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The 1,100 organisations contributing to Reconciliation Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program procured over $2 billion worth of goods and services from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses and provided a further $50 million worth of pro bono services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, organisations or communities, a new report shows.

The latest RAP Impact Report combines data collected from the compulsory reporting required of RAP organisations, with the results of the Workplace RAP Barometer survey, showing the tangible, positive and sustained effect the RAP program has had on advancing reconciliation in 2019-20.

Reconciliation Australia CEO Karen Mundine said the RAP program is making a difference by markedly changing the way people think and feel about reconciliation, colonisation, and the relationship between non-Indigenous and First Nations peoples in Australia.

Click here to learn more and read the latest RAP Impact Report