Indigenous consumer engagement inquiry to hear from Reconciliation Australia

The Indigenous Affairs Committee inquiry into fostering better engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander consumers will hear from Reconciliation Australia at a public hearing this Thursday.

Committee Chair Julian Leeser MP said, ‘Reconciliation Australia provides the accreditation to businesses and other entities for their Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs). Evaluating the effectiveness of these plans is an important component of this inquiry.’

‘Reconciliation Australia’s expertise and insights into how RAPs may be assisting with Indigenous consumer engagement will be of great interest and value to the Committee’s work,’ Mr Leeser said.

Public hearing details

Date: Thursday, 2 December 2021 (AEDT)

11.40am Reconciliation Australia

A live audio stream of the hearing will be accessible at

For more information about this inquiry, including its terms of reference, details of upcoming public hearings, and instructions on making a submission, please visit the Inquiry webpage. You may also track the Committee to receive email updates on the inquiry by clicking the blue ‘Track Committee’ button.

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