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Strategic Plan

Partnering to Deliver the strategic plan

The Mithaka Strategic Plan (2017-2021) established 7 key goals to ensure the leaders entrusted with authority carry out their roles responsibly, appropriately and effectively. Each goal provides opportunity for stakeholder support and engagement that will deliver dividends for the partnership, the people and the region. The opportunity exists to support these goals through strategic partnerships, joint ventures and sponsorships.

Governance

Goal

Build and manage the resources and capacities of the Mithaka Aboriginal Corporation to implement our mission and to support and protect the rights and interests of Mithaka People, Country and Culture.

Opportunities

  • Funding to support the appointment of a Chief Operating Offcer to oversee the implementation of the strategic plan and work with all stakeholders.
  • Support to establish the Mithaka Offce and Cultural Centre.
  • Education and training in Corporate Governance to support the transparency, implementation and success of the Mithaka Strategic Plan.

Stakeholder Engagement

Goal

Establish successful and sustainable partnerships that support Mithaka People and utilise our strengths for the beneft of the region and broader community.

Opportunities

  • Funding to support the appointment of a Chief Operating Offcer to oversee the implementation of the strategic plan and work with all stakeholders.
  • Support to establish the Mithaka Offce and Cultural Centre.
  • Education and training in Corporate Governance to support the transparency, implementation and success of the Mithaka Strategic Plan.

Research

Goal

Seek the truth to understand the past and present for our journey forward.

Opportunities

  • Support to develop research that is evidence-based and validated, creates base line data for future research, and flls gaps in current research.
  • Support to develop and promote innovative research that traverses and benefts western and traditional knowledge.
  • Support to produce research that provides meaningful knowledge and educates Mithaka People and the broader community.
  • Support for research to defne economic opportunities for Mithaka People.

Native Title and Cultural Heritage

Goal

Confrm Native Title Holder rights and interests to protect and manage Cultural Heritage.

Opportunities

  • Funding for preservation and management of sites of signifcance, artefacts and traditional Knowledge.
  • Support to record and map sites of signifcance.
  • Build capacity to support and promote Mithaka rights and interests in Cultural Heritage through training including training and employment of Cultural Heritage Rangers.
  • Support for ongoing Native Title claims.
  • Support to establish the Mithaka Cultural Centre.

Economic and Business Development

Goal

Deliver services and programs that support sustainable economic and business development for Mithaka People and communities across the region.

Opportunities

  • Support and develop cross Industry training and employment for Mithaka People.
  • Engaging Mithaka tradespeople, suppliers and workers.
  • Providing apprenticeships for young Mithaka People.
  • Funding or employing Mithaka cultural offcers across industries, including pastoral, mining and tourism.
  • Support for Mithaka start-up businesses.

Language and Cultural

Goal

Ensure learning and appreciation of language and Culture for all.

Opportunities

  • Support for language learning and tools in local schools.
  • Support to publish language and cultural materials for schools, tourism and the broader community.
  • Support to preserve and promote Indigenous landmarks and places of importance in the region.
  • Support to create Indigenous language signage across towns, at tourist points and across the regions.
  • Support to establish the Mithaka Cultural Centre Language and culture festivals.

Sharing Succes

Goal

Share and celebrate our Culture and successes with our broader communities to foster greater awareness and pride in Mithaka Culture, Country and our People.

Opportunities

  • Support for cultural celebrations that involve whole of community.
  • Support for innovative communication tools to engage audiences.
  • Support to establish the Mithaka Offce and Cultural Centre.

Dividends of partnering with the mithaka aboriginal corporation

Expanding Cultural Tourism

Protecting and managing our cultural heritage under Native Title presents opportunities to create an authentic narrative for our region and develop cultural tourism in a way that benefts the wider region.

Healthy, Vibrant Communities

The social, cultural and economic benefts we can create in collaboration will help sustain and grow our communities and our region.

Building An Across Industry Workforce

Building and sustaining an Indigenous workforce with generational knowledge and understanding across pastoral, mining, environmental protection, tourism and other industries.

Training The Future Workforce

Working in collaboration to develop apprenticeships for young Indigenous workers, to meet the skills demand by Industry in remote regions.

Productive Partnerships

Partnering with Mithaka Aboriginal Corporation presents an opportunity to maximise the benefts of native title and deliver social, economic and cultural outcomes that beneft, not just the Mithaka people, but all our communities across the region.

Industry Collaboration

Native Title is not an impediment to industry and the development of our region. Working together we can map a smooth and mutually beneficial economic future.

Existing Strategic Partneships

We are proud to have strong relationships that deliver mutually benefcial outcomes for all. Our relationship building and hard work has developed effective partnerships with:

  • Mining companies – Mithaka Aboriginal Corporation work with a number of mining/exploration companies that overlay their geographic area. Mithaka has signed agreements and cultural heritage management plans with a number of these.
  • Pastoral industry – Mithaka Aboriginal Corporation has seven Indigenous Land Use Agreements (ILUAs) – covering 14 stations across the Mithaka determined area.
  • Local Governments including Barcoo Shire Council and Diamantina Shire Council.
  • Queensland South Native Title Services – signed service agreement.
  • The Remote Area Planning and Development Board (RAPAD) and RAPAD Employment Services Queensland (RESQ).
  • Universities, TAFE, Pastoral Colleges and other training organisations.
  • Federal and State Government politicians and departments.
  • Neighbouring Native Title groups.
  • Regional lobby groups, Aboriginal organisations working in Central and SW Queensland, and tourism organisations.
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