City of Stirling Reconciliation Action Plan 2021 - 2023
The City of Stirling is now in its third stage of RAP implementation and will be delivering on its Innovate RAP from July 2021 - June 2023.
The Innovate RAP will give our organisation opportunities to focus on tried and tested strategies and programs, helping to set clear and measurable targets to deepen its impact. The previous RAP implemented by the City enabled us to develop a strong foundation for making meaningful change. With this RAP, we look to consolidate those changes and build on the positive work we have begun.
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Can I join the RAP Working Group?
Are you engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders?
Yes, the City are in regular contact with Elders and will be hosting a targeted consultation session with them.
Are there others ways to provide input?
Over the coming months the City will be undertaking a number of face-to-face consultation sessions, follow this project to keep informed.
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How do I find out more about Reconciliation?
Do I have to live in the City of Stirling to give input?
No, we welcome input from anyone.
Do I have to be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to give input and join the RAP Working Group?
No, we welcome anyone with a connection to this part of Wadjak Country (City of Stirling).
How do I nominate for the working group?
Community Engagement commences to seek input towards the new RAP and community engagement stall at Mirrabooka NAIDOC
Consultation with Community Elders and the community at Wadjak Northside Aboriginal Community Centre
Draft RAP developed and submitted to Strategy and Policy as part of the integrated planning process
For more information, or to receive this information on an alternate format, please contact Anne Garlett on (08) 9205 8555.
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