Community Working Parties
Community Working Parties (CWPs) are the foundation stones of the Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly and are the community’s Aboriginal voice, not only on their needs and aspirations, but also the issues faced by their community.
CWPs provide a direct link to the MPRA and provide an insight into what’s occurring at a local community level and in turn the MPRA feeds back into the CPWs about wider issues.
While CWPs are not funding bodies, they are the peak representative body for their community for government and non-government organisations to consult and engage with, while also setting priorities around closing the gap and eliminating social issues for their community.
The 16 Community Working Parties for the Murdi Paaki Region are: