Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnership Group priorities
Published: 27 April 2015
Stronger community connections are a priority for Logan City's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Partnership Group in 2015.
In delivering the Cultures Portfolio Update at the Logan: City of Choice Leadership Team meeting on 10 April 2015, Wesley Enoch outlined the group's priorities for the year, which include continuing to plan for a community hub.
Mr Enoch said other key priorities were young people, continuing to be engaged in Logan City Council's Reconciliation Action Plan process, and communicating regularly with the wider community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
"How we, as a whole community, work together and respect each other is important, and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnership Group provides an important voice in those broader community discussions," Mr Enoch said.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnership Group is open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and meets bi-monthly. The group is committed to an ongoing journey of sitting and talking together, and provides a forum to identify and pursue opportunities to help the city's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to achieve its goals and aspirations.