The City has a commitment to working in partnership with our Indigenous community and other government and non-government agencies to develop and support initiatives that provide services and benefits to Indigenous people living within the City of Armadale.
The City has worked on a range of initiatives in close partnership with the City's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Committee (ATSIAC).
The Champion Centre
The Champion Centre, located on Champion Drive Seville Grove is owned and operated by the City of Armadale.
The purpose of the Centre is to provide a culturally appropriate setting for the provision of services and programs for Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people.
Activities operating from the Centre are provided by agencies, non-profit organisations and other community groups working in partnership with the City of Armadale. The City is partnering with the Department for Communities and Uniting Care West, both of whom run services from the Centre.
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Committee
The City has established an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Committee (ATSIAC) to advise and make recommendations to Council on a range of issues which affect Indigenous people within the City of Armadale.
The ATSIAC has a number of objectives and a structured membership by which it assists Council in the exercise of its powers and duties. The Committee conducts its business in a manner consistent with the provisions in Section 5.8 of the Local Government Act 1995, local government regulations, Council's local laws and policies, the City's Code of Conduct and the ATSIAC's Terms of Reference (PDF 65.5 KB).
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