Our Reflect RAP is a formal commitment by our Board, team, volunteers and community to address the substantial gap in lung health experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We look forward to continuing to listen to, learn from and work with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander partners to close the gap on lung health.
Our RAP artwork was created by Jordan Lovegrove, a Ngarrindjeri man, of Dreamtime Creative. This artwork shows Lung Foundation Australia raising awareness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities about how to protect themselves from lung disease. The inner circle of the central meeting place represents Lung Foundation Australia; we are raising awareness and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Our five strategic pillars are shown by the large people symbols outside the central meeting place. The smaller meeting places and journey lines show Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities heading towards a community health centre to receive health care, which is represented by the middle and outer circles.