Manningham Gambling Policy 2024

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Have your say on our Draft Gambling Policy & Action Plan 2024.

Project update - New stage of consultation

28 February 2024

We’ve developed a new draft Gambling Policy and Action Plan 2024. The Policy will deliver a range of actions, with a focus on educating the community on the effects of gambling harm and providing residents with opportunities to engage in alternative social activities.

The Policy was informed by research, targeted engagement and interviews and is built around four key themes:

  1. Education and capacity building: to increase community awareness and understanding of the risks of gambling harm.
  2. Programs and services: to provide opportunities for social connection and community activities as alternatives to gambling.
  3. Advocacy: to advocate to State and Federal governments for evidence-based methods to prevent harm from electronic gaming machines (EGMs) and other forms of gambling.
  4. Planning and regulation: To demonstrate leadership in the planning, management and regulation of gambling within Manningham.

Community feedback on this policy is important to us - please share your thoughts via the link below by 11.59pm on Wednesday 27 March.

You can access the draft Policy & Action Plan via the documents tab to the right of the page (or below if you are accessing this page from a mobile device).

We would love to hear from you!

Have your say on our Draft Gambling Policy & Action Plan 2024.

Project update - New stage of consultation

28 February 2024

We’ve developed a new draft Gambling Policy and Action Plan 2024. The Policy will deliver a range of actions, with a focus on educating the community on the effects of gambling harm and providing residents with opportunities to engage in alternative social activities.

The Policy was informed by research, targeted engagement and interviews and is built around four key themes:

  1. Education and capacity building: to increase community awareness and understanding of the risks of gambling harm.
  2. Programs and services: to provide opportunities for social connection and community activities as alternatives to gambling.
  3. Advocacy: to advocate to State and Federal governments for evidence-based methods to prevent harm from electronic gaming machines (EGMs) and other forms of gambling.
  4. Planning and regulation: To demonstrate leadership in the planning, management and regulation of gambling within Manningham.

Community feedback on this policy is important to us - please share your thoughts via the link below by 11.59pm on Wednesday 27 March.

You can access the draft Policy & Action Plan via the documents tab to the right of the page (or below if you are accessing this page from a mobile device).

We would love to hear from you!

Page last updated: 28 Feb 2024, 09:10 AM