Spaces, Places and Equality - Gender Equality Working Group

Consultation has concluded


What will the working group do?

The group will assess how safe Casey is for women and children. Group members will come on two to three site visits and use a newly developed audit tool (questionnaire) to assess how safe our city is. The group will be asked for their input which will be used to develop a set of guidelines that council will use for all future planning and development.

This is a groundbreaking, progressive piece of work The City of Casey is creating to enable gender equality within our municipality and increase the safety and community participation for women and children.

Who should apply to be part of the working group?

Anyone can apply to be part of the working group. We want to create a diverse group of people to ensure we include many different ideas and perceptions of our city.

If I am selected what do I have to do?

You will be provided with training and information session on how to conduct the audit. You will attend two or three site visits and use the audit tool (questionnaire). You will also be part of discussions about the tool and your ideas to improve safety and participation for women and children.

The day will take 3 to 4 hours, include refreshments and will be run on a weekday.

You may also be asked to provide input via email or attend Bunjil Place for a group discussion.

Support Available

Translators and transport can be organised by us if needed to support your attendance at the site visits. These services will be provided free of charge.

Applications close Monday 25 March 2019.

Invitations will be extended to successful applicants. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified via email by Friday 29 March 2019.



What will the working group do?

The group will assess how safe Casey is for women and children. Group members will come on two to three site visits and use a newly developed audit tool (questionnaire) to assess how safe our city is. The group will be asked for their input which will be used to develop a set of guidelines that council will use for all future planning and development.

This is a groundbreaking, progressive piece of work The City of Casey is creating to enable gender equality within our municipality and increase the safety and community participation for women and children.

Who should apply to be part of the working group?

Anyone can apply to be part of the working group. We want to create a diverse group of people to ensure we include many different ideas and perceptions of our city.

If I am selected what do I have to do?

You will be provided with training and information session on how to conduct the audit. You will attend two or three site visits and use the audit tool (questionnaire). You will also be part of discussions about the tool and your ideas to improve safety and participation for women and children.

The day will take 3 to 4 hours, include refreshments and will be run on a weekday.

You may also be asked to provide input via email or attend Bunjil Place for a group discussion.

Support Available

Translators and transport can be organised by us if needed to support your attendance at the site visits. These services will be provided free of charge.

Applications close Monday 25 March 2019.

Invitations will be extended to successful applicants. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified via email by Friday 29 March 2019.