Implementing, monitoring and evaluation

We are committed to collaborating with the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation (WWCHAC).

We are also committed to working with:

  • other key Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders
  • community groups
  • organisations 
  • the wider community. 

Together we will implement, monitor and evaluate the actions in the Boroondara Reconciliation Strategy (the Strategy). 

We have set up an Internal Boroondara Reconciliation Advisory Committee (the Committee) to support Council officers in implementing the Strategy. At least twice a year, the Committee will invite Elders and staff from the WWCHAC to meet. This will allow Council officers to provide updates and get feedback from the WWCHAC. If needed, the Committee will also invite other external Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community organisations, individuals and representatives from community groups and networks. It will also look at data, research and what the community has said. 

The Committee will use all this information to provide feedback and advice about the development and implementation of the Strategy.
We will regularly review the actions in the Strategy to make sure they stay relevant and achievable. We will use our internal corporate reporting system to monitor implementation of the Strategy’s actions and will publish updates in Council’s annual report. 


If you have questions or feedback about our Strategy, please contact our Social Inclusion Policy and Project Officer, Liz O'Loughlin.

Phone: (03) 9278 4693

Email: [email protected]