2015 RAP Impact Report

Summary

The 2015 RAP Impact Report shows RAPs are a powerful tool for advancing social change by transforming the attitudes and behaviors of the three million people working or studying in
organisations with a RAP.

Some information included in the report includes:

77% of RAP employees have high trust  for their Aboriginal and Torres Strait  Islander colleagues, compared with 26 per cent  of people in the general community.

5% of RAP employees believe that  prejudice is high in their organisation,  compared with 45 per cent who believe it is  high in the general community.

44%of RAP employees enjoy frequent  interaction with Aboriginal and  Torres Strait Islander peoples, compared with  30 per cent of the general community

 

 

 

Cover of 2015 RAP impact report.

2015 RAP Impact Report

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