Inner West's draft Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan

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Fish Traps – Clarke/Edwards (2019) – Gadigal/Wangal Wayfinding Project – King George Park Callan Park – photographer Barbara

Image: Fish Traps – Clarke/Edwards (2019) – Gadigal/Wangal Wayfinding Project – King George Park Callan Park – photographer Barbara Becker

The draft Innovate RAP is Council’s guiding policy document towards reconciliation, which has been developed in consultation with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the wider community of the Inner West.

The plan is on public exhibition for community comment until 22 June 2022, during which time Reconciliation Week runs from 27 May - 3 June, National Sorry Day is held on 26 May, and the anniversaries of the 1967 referendum (on 27 May) and Mabo decision (on 3 June) are remembered.


Overview

The RAP has 20 actions themes of relationships, respect, and opportunities. The implementation of the 80+ deliverables will support the Inner West down the path of reconciliation and provide the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities with support, assistance, and opportunities in meeting challenges into the future.

Council looks forward to working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to advance reconciliation across the Inner West.


Read the draft Plan

Download and read the document using this link

Contact Annie Coulthard, Engagement Coordinator on 02 9392 5328 if you would like a hard copy posted to you.


Have your say

Fill in the comment form OR

Write to: Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham 2049, attention Deborah Lennis

Call a FREE Interpreter or the National Relay Service, Monday to Friday between 9am-4pm and provide our phone number 02 93925204

  • Free Interpreter call TIS National on 131 450
  • Voice relay call 1300 555 727
  • TTY call 133 677
  • SMS relay call 0423 677 767

Last day to provide feedback is 22 June 2022


What happens next

Council will review the comments and incorporate them into the final draft if appropriate. The final draft will then be considered at Council meeting for adoption. Everyone who provides comment will be notified when there is an update on the project.

Image: Fish Traps – Clarke/Edwards (2019) – Gadigal/Wangal Wayfinding Project – King George Park Callan Park – photographer Barbara Becker

The draft Innovate RAP is Council’s guiding policy document towards reconciliation, which has been developed in consultation with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the wider community of the Inner West.

The plan is on public exhibition for community comment until 22 June 2022, during which time Reconciliation Week runs from 27 May - 3 June, National Sorry Day is held on 26 May, and the anniversaries of the 1967 referendum (on 27 May) and Mabo decision (on 3 June) are remembered.


Overview

The RAP has 20 actions themes of relationships, respect, and opportunities. The implementation of the 80+ deliverables will support the Inner West down the path of reconciliation and provide the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities with support, assistance, and opportunities in meeting challenges into the future.

Council looks forward to working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to advance reconciliation across the Inner West.


Read the draft Plan

Download and read the document using this link

Contact Annie Coulthard, Engagement Coordinator on 02 9392 5328 if you would like a hard copy posted to you.


Have your say

Fill in the comment form OR

Write to: Inner West Council, PO Box 14, Petersham 2049, attention Deborah Lennis

Call a FREE Interpreter or the National Relay Service, Monday to Friday between 9am-4pm and provide our phone number 02 93925204

  • Free Interpreter call TIS National on 131 450
  • Voice relay call 1300 555 727
  • TTY call 133 677
  • SMS relay call 0423 677 767

Last day to provide feedback is 22 June 2022


What happens next

Council will review the comments and incorporate them into the final draft if appropriate. The final draft will then be considered at Council meeting for adoption. Everyone who provides comment will be notified when there is an update on the project.

Page last updated: 23 Jun 2022, 09:50 AM