Regional communities are often removed from the decision making which impacts on social infrastructure: services, facilities, and collaborative planning and development processes.
In a time when regional economies are in decline, the critical link between economic growth and social development is as important as ever.
Local organisations in the Whitsunday, Isaac, Mackay region are co-designing collaborative processes for innovative service delivery in remote, rural and regional communities. An outcome of this work, the WIM Region’s Social Infrastructure Protocol document will be launched at the Forum. It aims to give the region a stronger voice and has relevance for other parts of Regional Australia.
Monday 20 June 2016 9:45am for 10:00am-1:00pm
Reception Room, Mackay City Council, Sir Albert Abbott Administration Building 73 Gordon Street, Mackay
RSVP by Thursday 18 June by registering here or call Helen Styles 0448 573 049