EMAC is offering an opportunity for our family groups to come together in person to input their family and individual ideas into the new Economic Development Strategy (EDS).
The meetings will take place at:
– Framlingham at Kirrae Health Service from 5-6.30pm on the 18th of May
– Warrnambool at Harris Street Reserve from 5-6.30pm on the 20th of May
– Melbourne at VACCHO office, 17-23 Sackville Street, Collingwood, from 5-6.30pm on the 26th of May
*RSVP with Katie Clark at email@example.com or call 0427 271 937. Dinner will be provided.
There will also be on option for people to attend online as well. Please let Katie know if you require a link to the meeting.
About the EDS
The EDS will be the first strategy of its kind for Eastern Maar citizens and will speak to our community’s Economic Development related vision, values, goals objectives in a way that is true to our community’s social, cultural, and environmental values and needs.
The EDS will importantly contribute to improving the economic wellbeing and independence of our collective Eastern Maar Citizens and guide the focus of economic development activities that EMAC focus on.
The family group sessions will be delivered in person and will be facilitated by PwC’s Indigenous Consulting. For queries contact Kate Healy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0417167871.