Tender for consultant services to engage with Aboriginal people associated with National Trust places in Noongar boodja, Western Australia
The National Trust of Western Australia (the Trust) aspires to awaken the community to the value of heritage. The National Trust is a statutory authority that works under an Act of Parliament, but at the same time, it is also recognised as a not for profit, community based organisation and a registered charity. The National Trust works both for Government and for the community.
The Trust acknowledges its properties are situated on Aboriginal land across the state and recognises Aboriginal people remain the cultural and spiritual custodians of their land and continue to practise their values, languages, beliefs and knowledge. The Trust is committed to working with Aboriginal people to ensure these practices are recognised and included in the conservation and interpretation of its properties and Aboriginal people are consulted and involved in the development of Trust projects and programs.
All submissions should be clearly marked, “National Trust South West Aboriginal Engagement Strategy” and submitted no later than 3pm WST on Friday, 12 July 2019.