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This survey closed on 31 July 2022.
The City of Belmont is developing an Aboriginal Strategy and we have kick-started the consultation phase which includes a survey, interviews, consultation forums and a Co-Design Group!
By working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and with feedback from local residents and ratepayers, the City will deliver a Strategy that has been developed by the community, for the community.
The Strategy will capture community’s current needs, priorities, and future aspirations. In addition, the Strategy will focus on at least six key priority areas and reflect key Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander policies such as, the National Agreement on Closing the Gap 2020, the Western Australian Aboriginal Empowerment Strategy and Reconciliation Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan framework.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts, priorities, and ideas.
This survey closed on 31 July 2022.
Thank you for your expression of interest in joining the co-design group.
The EOI's closed on 31 July 2022.
The Strategy will focus on at least six priority areas for the City’s
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander population, as indicated in the
graphic on the right. The survey and
co-design group will further explore the community’s needs and future aspirations within each of these priority areas.
In addition to community feedback, the Strategy will also reflect the strategic direction of key Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians policies. This will ensure that the City is moving in-step with other government agencies and using best practice to develop a holistic Strategy.
The City developed our first Reconciliation Action Plan in 2015. Since its expiry in 2017, the City has achieved a number of key actions over the past five years including:
To help frame the consultation process, the City has worked with members of our Aboriginal Advisory Group to develop six suggested key outcome areas, informed by previous feedback from the City’s earlier Reconciliation Action Plan as well as key state and federal policies and frameworks including Closing the Gap. They have also assisted us to co-design the survey.
The City’s survey and co-design workshops will focus on developing the community’s priorities within each of these areas, or refining the key areas as needed. In addition to community feedback, the Strategy will reflect the contemporary strategic direction of key Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians policies. This will ensure that the City is moving in-step with other government agencies and using best practice to develop a holistic Strategy.
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