Pama Futures represents the best chance we have to close the gap on Indigenous disparity in our region. It represents the distillation of everything we have argued for almost two decades, all of the lessons we have learnt, all of the policy arguments we have won and lost, all of the initiatives that have succeeded and failed, and all the learnings we have accumulated in this period.

Further workshops of two to three days were convened in communities which enabled reporting back from the Labs, building community awareness, and provided a further opportunity for input.

More than 400 people participated across 12 communities. The Facilitators encouraged participation and co-facilitated with content leads from the Land Council and Cape York Partnership (CYP).