Communities and Industries Forum (CIF)
Overview and History
The Communities and Industries Forum (CIF) was established in 1999 as an opportunity for industry and community to meet regularly to discuss a range of issues. The CIF is overseen by the CIF Executive, which comprises representatives from industry, Government agencies, local councils and the community. It convenes every two months in a public forum to promote open communication between stakeholders, giving attendees the opportunity to raise issues in an environment of mutual respect and understanding.
Meetings have a deliberately informal atmosphere and are dedicated to the exchange of information about developments and events, as well as for community to meet one-on-one with industry decision-makers and, on occasions, senior Government representatives.
To build a better community where the community is proud of local industries and the whole community feels safe.
The purpose of the Forum is to build a bridge of understanding between local industries and the community.
Our Values – how we will work together
We will work together to promote:
- Open communication between all stakeholders;
- Informed discussion of issues to identify the problem;
- An environment that fosters mutual respect and understanding;
- Trust and openness between industries, Government agencies and the broader community.
The Forums are held in the Ken Jackman Hall at the Darius Wells Library & Resource Centre in Kwinana, from 5.30pm to 7.00pm.
- May 2021
- October 2021
Make a Presentation
If you would like to make a presentation at a CIF, or would like to request a presentation be made on a particular topic, please contact the CIF Coordinator.
The CIF is managed by Kwinana Industries Council. Ph: 9419 1855 Email: | firstname.lastname@example.org
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