Principles for engaging Aboriginal stakeholders

As we plan for, and build multi-modal transport infrastructure and services for the future, including Aboriginal perspectives at each stage of the journey is core to enhancing our planning, policy, project and program outcomes.

Engagement with Aboriginal communities also provides an opportunity to culturally enrich the process of place-making, to improve the destination appeal and amenity of our towns, regions and cities. As well, it improves our ability to identify opportunities to employ and connect Aboriginal people and businesses, and to fulfil our commitment to cultural inclusion across Transport.

Transport's Principles and Framework for Aboriginal Engagement has been developed and honed in consultation with Aboriginal stakeholders and communities. It provides clear guiding principles and tools to engage effectively at each stage of every project.

Download the Principles and Framework for Aboriginal Engagement document.

As we plan for, and build multi-modal transport infrastructure and services for the future, including Aboriginal perspectives at each stage of the journey is core to enhancing our planning, policy, project and program outcomes.

Engagement with Aboriginal communities also provides an opportunity to culturally enrich the process of place-making, to improve the destination appeal and amenity of our towns, regions and cities. As well, it improves our ability to identify opportunities to employ and connect Aboriginal people and businesses, and to fulfil our commitment to cultural inclusion across Transport.

Transport's Principles and Framework for Aboriginal Engagement has been developed and honed in consultation with Aboriginal stakeholders and communities. It provides clear guiding principles and tools to engage effectively at each stage of every project.

Download the Principles and Framework for Aboriginal Engagement document.

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