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Our Reconciliation Action Plan

Indigenous artwork deisgned by Dixon Patten from Bayila.

The two biggest threats our world faces are climate change and social inequality, and we believe that without a healthy planet and society, you can’t have a healthy business.

Australia will never reach its full potential until we achieve Reconciliation and close the gap. It’s heartbreaking and frankly unacceptable that the Indigenous child mortality rate is twice the rate for non-Indigenous children; that school attendance rates for Indigenous students remain lower than for non-Indigenous students (82 per cent compared to 92 per cent in 2019); and that Indigenous employment rates sit at 49 per cent compared to around 75 per cent for non-Indigenous Australians (Closing the Gap Report 2020).

We're only at the start of our Reconciliation journey but our vision is clear - we want Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People to be respected as the Traditional Owners of this land by everyone. We want to see Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, traditions and languages embraced in our everyday life, and we want to see an Australia where all Indigenous people have equal and equitable opportunities.

You can download our full Reconciliation Action Plan via the below link. Huge thanks to the incredibly talented Dixon Patten, a proud Yorta Yorta, Gunnai, Gunditjmara, Dhudhuroa, Yuin and Wiradjuri man, for partnering with us to create a motif that depicts connection and honours people and Country. It represents our collective communities and acknowledges that we all come from different places, cultures, and experiences.

Unilever Australia Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (PDF 18.12 MB)

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