The annual RAP Impact Measurement Report presents the cumulative impact of the Reconciliation Action Plan program’s activity across all walks of Australian life.
2023 RAP Impact
This report collected data from 1,873 organisations with a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), covering the July 2022 – June 2023 period.
The 2023 report shows the substantial cumulative impact of the RAP program’s activity across Australian workplaces, sporting clubs, faith groups, and univeristies.
Key findings include:
- 5,404,826 people now work or study in an organisation with a RAP
- 574 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in executive leadership positions in RAP organisations
- 606 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on Boards
- 18,588 formal and informal partnerships between RAP organisations and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.
RAP Impact Reports
RAPs help change systems. Organisations can engage staff with reconciliation via a RAP, helping contribute to the community of Australians who are engaged and supportive of First Nations people and reconciliation.
Organisations are required to report on their commitments annually.
Click and read previous RAP Impact Reports.