Aboriginal Reconciliation Strategy

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This stage of community engagement has concluded. Thank you for your interest.

Reconciliation Celebration

Following significant community engagement in 2013, the new Aboriginal Awareness and Understanding Strategy 2013-2017 is ready for viewing and final comment.

The Aboriginal Reconciliation Strategy outlines initiatives aimed at ensuring an increased understanding of the Aboriginal community, culture and history.

You can get involved by:

If you would prefer to have your say by speaking directly to someone, please contact the Aboriginal Community Development & Liaison Officer, Kelly O'Brien during office hours Monday to Thursday on (02) 6581 8111

Reconciliation Celebration

Following significant community engagement in 2013, the new Aboriginal Awareness and Understanding Strategy 2013-2017 is ready for viewing and final comment.

The Aboriginal Reconciliation Strategy outlines initiatives aimed at ensuring an increased understanding of the Aboriginal community, culture and history.

You can get involved by:

If you would prefer to have your say by speaking directly to someone, please contact the Aboriginal Community Development & Liaison Officer, Kelly O'Brien during office hours Monday to Thursday on (02) 6581 8111

This stage of community engagement has concluded. Thank you for your interest.
  • Acknowledgement of Country

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    Acknowledgement of Country

    An Acknowledgement of Country is usually done at the start of a gathering and can be performed by both Aboriginal and non Aboriginal people. This is a sign of respect to the Traditional Owners of the land and sea where the gathering is being held.

    Hard copies of the Acknowledgement of Country bookmarks are available free from all Council Offices and Libraries.

  • Aboriginal Awareness and Understanding Strategy 2013-2017

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    In 2013, conversations were held in the community about what should be included in the draft Aboriginal Reconcilliation Strategy.

    One suggestion was to change the name, and the document is now called the Aboriginal Awareness and Understanding Strategy (2013-2017).

    To see how we have included what you said, have a look at the document and give us some feedback.