The design of the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was inspired by artwork from Gavin Wanganeen, a descendent of the Kokatha people of the Western Desert in South Australia. The Kokatha people hold the Tjukipa (lore) and have a strong connection to Country, the night sky and stories in the stars – a source of inspiration for Gavin’s work.
As a global business, Kimberly-Clark has a goal to positively impact the lives of 1 billion people by 2030, while halving its environmental impact.
Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and working towards reconciliation are goals that thread across three key areas – from how Kimberly-Clark creates inclusive and diverse workplaces, to how it engages with local communities and supports the marginalised, and how to advocate for equality.
Kimberly-Clark is also aware of the impact its business has on the environment, and thereby the Traditional Custodians of Australia, and the organisation is working to reduce this.