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In 2013, IAG was the first major insurer to introduce a RAP. We are proud to continue our involvement in the RAP program and make a public commitment to reconciliation initiatives.
We believe public commitments are important to demonstrate leadership and encourage others (including our employees, shareholders, business partners, customers and the broader community) to consider ways that we can collectively embrace and promote respect, trust and positive relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the wider Australian community.
The RAP program also provides us with the opportunity to continually evaluate our progress and consider how we can do better. Using our leadership and the legacy of our brands, including NRMA Insurance and CGU, we believe there is a greater opportunity for us to challenge ourselves to engage with initiatives and partnerships that have a meaningful impact on the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
In the process of developing this Elevate RAP we have considered complex challenges and what role could we play in addressing them.
Our latest RAP has been developed in consultation with our people and with external RAP partners. Multiple workshops in Sydney and Melbourne, and discussions with employees in other locations allowed a broad cross-section of our people to contribute to different aspects of this plan.