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Social Justice Charter Review

Council has now adopted the Draft Social Justice Charter 2021. The Social Justice Charter (Charter) will help guide Council decision making and provide a framework for working in partnership with the local communities, businesses and other stakeholders to achieve social justice. The Charter is based on four principles: Access and Inclusion to improve standards of for all residents: Equity and Fairness to support and deliver policy, programs and services that support all residents; Engagement and Participation to nurture opportunities for council and community partnerships and collaboration; Rights and Accountability to support measuring the advancement of social justice across Hume’s policies, services, and programs. 

The draft Social Justice Charter can be viewed online.

This survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and closes on Tuesday 5 October 2021.

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