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Liverpool is home to one of the most diverse and harmonious communities in Australia. With people from more than 150 cultural backgrounds, speaking more than 140 languages, Liverpool is a melting pot of people and ideas.

Liverpool is a growing city, positioning itself as an innovation leader in Australia. In the heart of south west Sydney, the city council and community are tackling some of Australia’s great challenges through urban heat research projects, leading transport initiatives, and the development of the new Western Sydney International Airport.

Through its Community Strategic Plan, Liverpool City Council has identified the community’s aspirations to participate in decision making and collaboration with Council.

Liverpool has a strong commitment to privacy and security of data. These are reflected in its ICT Policy and Privacy Policy, which outlines to the community:

As part of the Western Sydney City Deal, Liverpool is one of eight Western Sydney councils that have signed an agreement with state and federal governments to lay the foundations for a thriving Western Parkland City of 1.5 million residents within 20 years. The City Deal agreement includes the development of a Digital Action Plan to create a Digital Western Parkland City. The plan is now in draft format and will be endorsed by the three levels of government in early 2020.

The plan puts the citizen at the heart of creating Australia’s first digitally enabled smart city. It includes actions to:

 

 

Cities who would like to sign and learn more about the coalition, please review the checklist of digital rights actions and apply to formally indicate your interest in joining.
 
For more information, contact us at: endorse@citiesfordigitalrights.org
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