Nestlé’s journey towards reconciliation began in 2010 with the creation of the Nestlé Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth Development Program (AYDP) and it launched its Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in 2021 to voice its ongoing commitment to strengthening relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities.
In 2020, at only 16 years old, talented contemporary Aboriginal artist and proud Kalkadoon woman Brooke Sutton was announced the winner of the Nestlé Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth Development Program artwork competition with her artwork, ‘Good Food, Good Life’. The painting represents Nestlé and the decade-long partnership with Girls Academy Australia.
Gilimbaa vectorised the artwork for use throughout the RAP, and designed the document in a bright, youthful, and vibrant style.
Find out more about Nestle’s Reconciliation Action Plan on its website.