Acknowledgment of Country

Sanofi acknowledges the importance of reconciliation and is committed to working towards an Australia where all people have an equal voice.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia, especially those on which our offices are located and recognise their continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders past, present and emerging.

Our Actions for Reconciliation

We credit and thank proud Kuku-Yalanjiand Gumbaynngirr Man Jeremy Donovan for creating two unique pieces of art that reflects Sanofi's role as a healer. His work forms the covers of both our Innovate and Reflect Reconciliation Action Plans. 

Our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan builds upon Sanofi’s long-standing commitment to hearing the voices, and seeking to improve the lives, of the people and communities it serves. It reinforces our existing commitments and extends our focus to improve First Nations economic participation. This includes action to improve representation of Indigenous owned businesses within our supply chain and new strategies to improve recruitment and retention within our employee group.

Our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan provided a roadmap for Sanofi Australia to hear the stories and experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and outlined clear actions to help build stronger connections across our employee group.


NACCHO Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Pharmacist Scholarship

We are proud to support NACCHO’s efforts to increase First Nations participation in the profession of pharmacy. 

ADEA Research and Sanofi Indigenous Scholarship

We are grateful to the ADEA and UTS for working with us to develop this important Indigenous scholarship for the UTS Diabetes Education and Management Certificate.

IndigiGrow - Seeds to Success

Sanofians volunteer with IngigiGrow to help propagate and grow Australian native plants, and have partnered to boost native biodiversity at our faciility in Macquarie Park, NSW.

Support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart

We have heard our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander advisers and stakeholders and recognise the need for greater First Nations voice to help inform the policy decisions that impact First Nations lives.

Meet the Artist

We credit and thank proud Wiradjuri woman Crystal Simpson for her piece 'Reconnecting Families'.

Aboriginal Owned and Operated.

Meet the Artist

We credit and thank proud Kuku-Yalanjiand Gumbaynngirr Man Jeremy Donovan for his art and story in our RAP.

Aboriginal Owned and Operated.