Community Engagement

Our strategies and planning for Aboriginal stakeholder engagement will not only make a difference in the way your project is planned for and implemented, it will make a difference in the way you, your organisation and your purpose are received by communities. We don’t engage in tokenistic and KPI driven projects and stakeholder engagement—our collaboration with Aboriginal people and communities is meaningful, targeted, intentional and committed to building and nurturing relationships that are mutually respectful and ethical.

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Our Approach

Our approach is to balance the needs of our clients and relevant stakeholders through transparent and open communication. We focus on purpose and an ability to remain agile, inclusive, and responsive to changing needs within a stakeholder engagement plan. We work with our clients to provide project management and delivery of stakeholder engagement and report findings, to ensure the advice and voices of Aboriginal people and communities is centred in decision-making.

Our Methodology

Our methodology includes defining community engagement purpose, planning for limitations and barriers, developing communication plans, project coordination and analysis of findings.

Our work guides leaders to a deeper understanding of the root cause of inequity faced by Aboriginal people and communities, and inspires courageous leadership that enables long-term change. We help you learn how to ask the right questions and lean into uncomfortable conversations to drive real change that delivers equity for all. Get in touch and learn more about how we can work together to create real change.

Acknowledgment of Country

Nganya acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout this land and recognises their connection throughout time to lands and waters.

We admire the collective wisdom of First Nations communities in health, spiritual wellbeing, caring for Country, science, education, and trade and local economies. We recognise the past provides us each with an opportunity to have a better understanding of ourselves and the world we are connected to.

We remember, honour, and have a deep appreciation for First Nations people and communities who have and are emotionally, physically, spiritually, and culturally harmed by colonisation.

This country was never ceded— it always was, and always will be Aboriginal land.

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