BNTAC Rule Book Consultations Continue with Banjima Communities
BNTAC's Rule Book consultations continued with Banjima communities in the Pilbara this month, providing an opportunity for Banjima People to understand our Rule Book, how it works, and what they feel can be changed to improve our corporation.
The BNTAC team visited communities in Wakathuni and Tom Price on August 28 and 29, as well as Karratha on September 6.
During the consultations, participants discussed a number of topics covered in the Rule Book, including Membership, BNTAC Director eligibility, the role of Elders Council, and the involvement of young Banjima People in BNTAC more broadly.
Any changes or amendments to the Rule Book will be brought to the BNTAC AGM in November to be passed by Members with a Special Resolution.
There are still a few opportunities for BNTAC staff to meet prior to the AGM, but please let us know if you are interested in finding out more about the Rule Book review and are keen to meet with us.
We are also planning to meet with Banjima People in Port Hedland this month, so please contact us if you are interested.
Thank you to all Members who have come down to the consultations, met our staff, and voiced their ideas for improving the Rule Book!