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Procter & Gamble

  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders at Procter & Gamble

At P&G, we believe in the power of our differences and the impact we can make when we come together united by shared values and purpose. We are committed to doing the work to make this a reality. 

P&G Australia is at the beginning of our RAP journey, and we understand that true reconciliation is ongoing and cannot be achieved through a single policy or action. Developing a RAP is a measurable demonstration of our commitment to reconciliation. We see our RAP work as the start of our long-term commitment and believe there are significant opportunities to advance understanding, respect, and opportunity under our 4 strategic equality and inclusion pillars of Employees, Community, Brands and Partners which will provide the framework for sustainability within our RAP’s. 

Through our Reflect RAP we seek to elevate our responsibility by maintaining and a safe and inclusive workplace and advancing our cultural awareness with the hope that this transcends to impacting greater actions towards reconciliation, not only internally but in the broader community. We aim to increase employment and support Aboriginal, and Torres Strait Islander owned businesses through procurement opportunities. 

Over the last year, P&G has:

  • Donated over 42,000 kg of essential products to Foodbank to help Indigenous communities, particularly thouse affected by the recent floods and bushfires 
  • Improve brand representation of First Nations peoples through strategic partnerships. Most notable is the partnership with Brooke Blurton from January 2021 as a key brand ambassador for Oral B. 
  • Organized a ‘Habitat for Humanity’ project, flying 10 of our employees to Brisbane to build housing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Launched a partership with Aurora Education to create an Indigenous Internship Program