The Canning Access and Inclusion Advisory Group (CAIAG) advises the City on matters related to access and inclusion.
The CAIAG provides City Officers with a reference point for eliciting the views of community members who experience barriers to access and inclusion on a range of issues and topics. The group supports the development, implementation, review and evaluation of various strategies, plans, services and other initiatives. It is also a key source of advice in ensuring that equity related to disability, access and inclusion is upheld.
- represent community views on access and inclusion matters brought before the Group by City Officers
- raise challenges and opportunities which relate to access and inclusion in the Canning community
- achieve the best possible range of diverse lived experiences related to access and inclusion to ensure these are presented to City Officers during planning and decision making.
Members represent our diverse community, including but not limited to:
- Person Living with Disability
- Carer or family member of a person living with disability
- Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD)
- General community members experiencing barriers to access and inclusion
- Sector or Peak Body Representatives
The term of membership appointment is for a two (2) year period.
No matter your age, gender, employment, cultural background or sexual identity, we welcome all to contribute and assist the City on its continuing journey of becoming a welcoming and inclusive City.
When does the CAIAG meet?
The group meets on a quarterly basis. Extraordinary meetings may be called by the Chair in consultation with the Manager Community and Culture.
CAIAG Meeting Minutes
For more information, please contact the Community Development Officer (Disability Access & Social Inclusion) on 1300 422 664 or email email@example.com