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Maribyrnong City Council 'Towards Reconciliation' Action Plan 1998-2001
|Location:||Maribyrnong, western suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
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|Subject Matter:||Reconciliation | Local Government|
|The Maribyrnong City Council 'Towards Reconciliation' Action Plan was intended to guide Maribyrnong City Council's work on the process of Aboriginal Reconciliation over the three year period between 1998 and 2001. The Plan recognises the important leadership role that local government has in generating greater awareness and understanding of the Reconciliation process in local communities. The Plan establishes Council's leadership role in facilitating the reconciliation process.|
|The Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation are currently recognised as being the remaining traditional custodians of land in the western suburbs of Melbourne. |
The City Council's work towards Reconciliation is guided by the following principles:
That Reconciliation -
The Plan sets out the following key actions to be implemented over the three year period. To:
The Plan sets out numerous ways to ensure the achievement of the key actions.
Upon the expiry of the Action Plan in 2002, the Council resolved to develop a second policy framework on Reconciliation. This led to the development of the 'Reconciliation and Action Plan 2003-2005: Maribyrnong Council's Commitment to Indigenous Australians' and to the signing of the 'Statement of Commitment to Reconciliation between Indigenous Australians and Maribyrnong City Council.
|Maribyrnong City Council (1998) 'Towards Reconciliation' Action Plan 1998-2001|
|Maribyrnong City Council (1998) Statement of Commitment to Reconciliation with Indigenous Australians|
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