What is an Inclusive Casey Strategic Framework?
What does the Inclusive Casey Strategic Framework aim to do?
The Inclusive Casey Strategic Framework aims to make Casey a more inclusive place. It will achieve this through providing guiding principles, goals and strategic objectives which will inform and guide actions. The actions will be developed following the adoption of the Framework, however feedback on actions is being collected and collated through the consultation process.
What will happen to my response to the survey?
When will the Draft Inclusive Casey Strategic Framework be available to view?
How can I provide feedback on the Draft Framework?
When will the Inclusive Casey Strategic Framework be finalised?
What are the competition terms and conditions?
1. This competition is open to people living in the City of Casey (excludes Council staff and Councillors).
2. The competition opens on Monday 12 February 2018
3. Competition closes Friday 9 March 2018 at 5.00pm. No late entries accepted.
4. There are ten $40 Westfield vouchers to be be given away upon the conclusion of the Inclusive Casey Strategic Framework consultation period.
5. The winners will be randomly selected from all those Casey residents who participate and provide feedback during the community consultation period from Monday 12 February until Friday 9 March 2018 at 5.00pm
6. The $40 Westfield vouchers cannot be redeemed for cash.
7. The winners of the $40 Westfield vouchers will be drawn by Thursday 15 March 2018.
8. The prize winners will be notified via the email address provided when completing the Inclusive Casey Strategic Framework survey on the Casey Conversations page.
How else can I have a say about inclusion?
The forum is the first of many opportunities to be involved in creating an Inclusive Casey community. You can be kept informed of other opportunities through being added to our mailing list. Email: email@example.com.
What does access, inclusion and diversity mean?
Inclusion: Council aims to create the necessary conditions and environments that enable all people to have their aspirations met, feel valued and secure and have a sense of belonging and connectedness.
Diversity: Council recognises that each individual is unique and considers diversity in race, ethnicity, physical ability, socio-economic status, age, religious/faith beliefs, political beliefs, gender identity and sexual orientation.
Access: Council is actively committed to providing fair and equitable access to information, facilities and services that enable people to participate in community life, free from discrimination.