Together we solve. It's time
It’s been one year since we launched our joint Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) between PwC and PwC’s Indigenous Consulting (PIC) and we’re excited to share our progress to date with you.
“As we enter the second year of our Elevate RAP - we do so in very different times, amidst COVID-19. We remain committed to our RAP ambitions, however we also intend to be cautious over the next few months, as we recognise our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders are particularly vulnerable, given the higher levels of chronic illness and poorer health. We will continue to work with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders, clients, communities, suppliers and advisory bodies to inform our new ways of working with communities at this time. We acknowledge it is critical that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices inform the health response to this global crisis.”
With National Reconciliation Week approaching the theme “In This Together” is now resonating in ways we could not have foreseen when it was announced last year. It reminds us whether in a crisis or in reconciliation we are all #InThisTogether.
Our RAP is focussed on increasing economic participation, deepening our firm's cultural fitness, and building trusting strategic relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Our Elevate RAP Progress Report 2019 outlines how we’re tracking against our Reconciliation Action Plan for the year between 1 March 2019 and 29 February 2020. We have many milestones to celebrate including:
The PwC & Murra Boost Initiative is a partnership between PwC and the Murra Alumni of the Melbourne Business School, whereby we provide $30,000 in skills and expertise to support a winning Indigenous Business to support a specific issue that will allow for future growth.
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