Strategies and plans
Statement of Commitment to Reconciliation
Eurobodalla Shire Council acknowledges the rights of Aboriginal people to live according to their beliefs and customs and gives due respect and recognition of customary lore, heritage, beliefs and traditions.
Eurobodalla Shire Council acknowledges that reconciliation means having an appreciation of how the past has impacted on generations of Aboriginal people and how we build a community for today.
Eurobodalla Shire Council commits to reconciliation valuing empathy, dignity, respect and fairness. We commit to working with the community towards reconciliation and to the provision of services, programs and activities that support growth and development of Aboriginal communities.
Adopted by Eurobodalla Shire Council 21 December 2010
Acknowledgments - Eurobodalla Shire Council Aboriginal Advisory Committee
Eurobodalla Heritage Strategy 2017-2021
Our heritage strategy identifies 32 key tasks to be completed during this time which aim to increase participation, awareness and appreciation of heritage by all sectors of the community.
Aboriginal Action Plan (AAP)
The Aboriginal Action Plan:
- identifies key social, cultural, environmental, economic and civic leadership issues facing Aboriginal people in Eurobodalla
- recommends actions that Council can take to help improve the wellbeing of Aboriginal people.