The Jacky Winter Group acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands we are on and pays respect to their Elders past and present. The Jacky Winter Group recognises and respects their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationships to their ancestral lands, which continue to be important to The First Nations Peoples of today.

The Jacky Winter Group aims to increase our knowledge and understanding of First Nations culture, history, creative principles, visible languages, perspectives, and contributions in order to lay the foundation for our Statement/Spirit of Commitment.

The Jacky Winter Group respects and recognises:

The Jacky Winter Group acknowledges the powerful declaration contained in the Uluru Statement from the heart and it’s three key elements to the reforms set out in The Uluru Statement.

In being respectful of the knowledge and the important role First Nations People hold within their community, The Jacky Winter Group will continue to engage with First Nations People by seeking guidance, vision and encouraging participation in programs and projects presented by The Jacky Winter Group.

The Jacky Winter Group commits itself to:

Actions and Deliverables:

Building our capacity

Recognition at the Jacky Winter office, includes:

Setting our sights – where we want to go

We will build relationships with First Nations people/artists and develop relationships, by:

Short term:

Mid term:

Long term:

Jacky Winter portrait by Coree Thorpe - @lucid_juncture