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The Maggolee website, developed by Reconciliation Victoria, supports engagement and partnerships between local government and Aboriginal communities.

26/8/2022

Victorian Aboriginal and Local Government Strategy


Victorian Aboriginal and Local Government Strategy 2021 – 2026 launched.

The Strategy” developed by an Aboriginal Steering Committee is all about creating pathways to stronger partnerships and self-determination.

Reconciliation Victoria supports the Strategy and attended the launch on Monday 21st March, along with former Rec Vic CEO, Diana David, a proud member of the Aboriginal Steering Committee.

The Strategy includes a clear framework for shared decision-making processes and actions for Aboriginal Victorians to work together with local government to achieve local place-based outcomes, grounded in the principles of Aboriginal self-determination, fairness, respect, and trust.

To support the Strategy, the Minister for Local Government has issued a Ministerial Good Practice Guideline and General Guidance for Councils Engaging with Aboriginal Victorians under the Local Government Act 2020. The guideline and guidance aims to assist Councils when engaging with Traditional Owners, Aboriginal Organisations and Community by providing a step-by-step guide for councils on how to identify, engage and build connections and develop mutually beneficial relationships.

Maggolee will continue to be updated with news about government working together with First Peoples.

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