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Economy

Economic development supports community wellbeing and is critical to enabling activation of rights and self-determination of our People.

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Indigenous Preferential Procurement

Indigenous Preferential Procurement Programs (IPPPs) have been recognised as an important policy approach to facilitating the establishment and growth of Indigenous businesses; supporting improvements in Indigenous employment; and achieving improvements in overall Indigenous well-being.

Local Government

The Council developed and oversees the new Victorian Aboriginal Economic and Employment Strategy, Yuma Yirramboi (Invest in Tomorrow in the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung language)

Native Foods & Botanicals

Traditional Owners have the right to restore and reclaim custodianship of our knowledge, practices and resources associated with native species and used in the native foods and botanicals sector.

Victorian Traditional Owner Renewable Energy Forum

The Project will include a forum that will bring together Victorian Traditional Owners and sector and legal experts to share knowledge, issues, objectives and strategies in relation to upcoming renewable energy regulatory reforms and policy development.

Yuma Yirramboi Strategy (Invest in Tomorrow)

The Council developed and oversees the new Victorian Aboriginal Economic and Employment Strategy, Yuma Yirramboi (Invest in Tomorrow in the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung language)