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Grant Thornton launches Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

Grant Thornton Australia has now launched its Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) supporting their continued commitment to being an active participant in the reconciliation process.

As part of its commitment to Reconciliation, this Reflect RAP lays the foundation for Grant Thornton to develop a greater understanding throughout the firm of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures. The RAP supports the firm to develop tangible and substantive commitments now and in future RAP’s with a focus on Respect, Opportunity and creating meaningful Relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, in an effort to increase economic equality and support First Nations self-determination.

The RAP launch was hosted by Grant Thornton CEO, Greg Keith who was joined by the firm’s Board members, Executive, and its RAP working group. Special guests present at the launch included Tommy Bundambah of Tribal Experiences and the Tribal Experiences Dancers. Tommy shared his extensive cultural knowledge, language and stories, and opened the special event with an inspiring Welcome to Country.

Grant Thornton CEO, Greg Keith said, “Delivering the actions and outcomes of this RAP is important to me personally and for us all at Grant Thornton. I take responsibility to lead on this RAP and fully encourage all our people to embrace our commitments in building stronger cultural understanding, respectful relationships, and meaningful opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, walking together in the spirit of reconciliation.”

While this is the firm’s first RAP, Grant Thornton has long standing relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through business and charity partnerships. The firm has focused on concreting strong internal processes, elevating awareness of reconciliation, and paving the way for sustainable progress.

Grant Thornton is committed to walking together with First Nations peoples and the broader community in the spirit of reconciliation now and into the future.

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