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2022-23 National Indigenous Australians Agency Annual Report

NIAAWho We AreAccountability and Reporting
Thursday, 26 October 2023
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The National Indigenous Australians Agency Annual (NIAA) Report 2022-23 is now available.

The Annual Report provides an overview of the NIAA’s activities throughout 2022-23. It outlines the Agency’s key achievements, performance results and financial statements for the period.

The Annual Report marks the end of the 2022-23 Corporate Governance cycle that commenced with the Portfolio Budgets Statements (PBS) and the Corporate Plan. While the PBS and the Corporate Plan outline the Agency’s priorities and intentions for the period, the Annual Report showcases our achievements and ongoing deliverables to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are heard, recognised and empowered.

Throughout 2022-23, we continued our work to deliver against an ambitious agenda, including:

  • Continuing to work with the Coalition of Peaks, Commonwealth agencies and all other Australian governments to progress the Commonwealth’s commitments under the National Agreement on Closing the Gap.
  • Delivering on the Government’s commitment to the Uluru statement from the Heart, in particular the constitutional amendment and the referendum question, as well as a civics education program.
  • Progressing the redesign of the Community Development Program, with a focus on real jobs, proper wages and decent conditions.
  • Continuing delivery of the Indigenous Rangers Program, supporting 128 ranger groups through 80 organisations to employ approximately 2,000 people.
  • Providing support to the Better, Safer Future for Central Australia Plan in partnership with the Office of the Central Australian Regional Controller and the Northern Territory Government.

Please take some time out of your day to read the Annual Report. Is is available on the NIAA website.

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