Nominations are now open for City of Darwin’s Reconciliation Advisory Committee Community Representatives
We are seeking expressions of interest from the community to fill up to 4 places on the Reconciliation Advisory Committee.
Nominations will close on 16 June
The Reconciliation Advisory Committee advocates, informs and guides Council on reconciliation actions and efforts to strengthen the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples For the benefit of all Australians living within, working, studying or visiting the City of Darwin.
Terms for the Committee membership are two years and these positions are voluntary.
Priority will be given to the appointment of community representatives who can demonstrate expertise in:
- Understanding and experience of issues impacting on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
- Community services and cultural development
- Education, employment or training
- Recruitment and/or Human Resourcing
- Safety and wellbeing services
The current organisational members are:
Larrakia Nation David Kurnoth
ABC Radio Charlie King
NAAJA John Rawnsley
NIAA Carol Stanislaus
NT Indigenous Business Network Deb Anstess Vallejo
NT Public Health Network Melinda Phillips
NT Public Health Network Jace Berry
Councillor Peter Pangquee is the Elected Member representative with Councillor Paul Arnold as the alternate.
Enquiries about the Reconciliation Advisory Committee may be directed to Executive Manager Community and Cultural Services email@example.com