Community engagement

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Five year plan

The statewide vision of LANs is 'Strong Culture, Engaged People, Confident Communities'.

Local community plans, which enable this vision, feed into the Victorian Local Aboriginal Networks Five Year Plan 2016-2020. The five year plan has 6 priority areas - strengthening culture, support for young people, economic participation, building a stronger LAN, community planning and partnerships and working with local government.

 

 

 

Victorian Local Aboriginal Networks Five Year Plan 2016-2020 Victorian Local Aboriginal Networks Five Year Plan 2016-2020PDF (1.67 MB)Victorian Local Aboriginal Networks Five Year Plan 2016-2020 Victorian Local Aboriginal Networks Five Year Plan 2016-2020DOC (2.63 MB) Local Aboriginal Networks: Partnerships and collaboration Local Aboriginal Networks: Partnerships and collaborationPDF (2.53 MB)

Participation in LANs occurs in many different ways, depending on personal circumstances, what is being progressed locally or other factors. The purpose of LANs is to connect, prioritise, implement and evaluate. Of course, people can participate at all or any of these points as appropriate.

This purpose is achieved with many valued partners. While all LANs are different depending on local circumstances they all promote and celebrate a culturally safe, welcoming space.