Whitehorse City Council

Reconciliation

Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee

The Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee is a Council committee that oversees the development and implementation of the Reconciliation Action Plan. The Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee consists of Aboriginal people, service providers, community representatives, government departments, and other organisations. 

The purpose of the Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee is:

  • To provide Council with strategic advice on recognition and reconciliation issues relating to initiatives, services, activities, functions and facilities
  • To ensure that the Reconciliation Action Plan remains relevant to the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, Whitehorse City Council and the broader community. 

Expressions of Interest Now Open - Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee (2018-2021)

Whitehorse City Council is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for the Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee from:

  • Indigenous community members
  • Community organisations and
  • Interested community representatives

The Whitehorse Reconciliation Advisory Committee is an advisory committee whose purpose is to provide strategic input to Council on relevant reconciliation matters.

The Committee will meet quarterly and will comprise of up to 15 people and will be chaired by an appointed Councillor.

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Expressions of Interest are due by Friday 9 March.

For more information contact the Community Development Officer Diversity on 9262 6101 or rosemary.sheehan@whitehorse.vic.gov.au