Cultural Governance

Ensuring the Assembly is culturally robust, culturally safe, and driven by cultural protocols.

Cultural Governance will empower the Assembly’s processes, governance and membership to ensure that it is culturally robust, culturally safe, and driven by cultural protocols of doing business our way.

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Community consultation: Proposed Model for Additional Pathways to Assembly Reserved Seating

We have developed a Proposed Model for Additional Pathways to Assembly Reserved Seating – and we’re seeking community views to strengthen and inform this work.

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Cultural Governance updates & events

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Cultural Governance Committee

Led by Committee Chair Trent Nelson, the Cultural Governance Committee is made up of 15 Assembly Members. The Committee is responsible for engaging with community across the state to ensure that the Assembly is culturally robust, culturally safe and driven by cultural protocols.

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Cultural Governance resources

Proposed Model for Additional Pathways to Assembly Reserved Seating

We have developed a Proposed Model for Additional Pathways to Assembly Reserved Seating. To view the Proposed Model, click here.

Discussion Paper: Additional forms of recognition for the purposes of a Reserved Seat

To view our discussion paper on additional forms of recognition for the purposes of a Reserved Seat, click here.

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