Understanding clients, treatment models and evaluation options for the NSW Aboriginal Residential Healing Drug and Alcohol Network (NARHDAN): a community based participatory research approach
22nd August 2018
This report details the processes and outcomes of working with six Aboriginal residential rehabilitation services in NSW to develop a standardised assessment tool, define their core treatment and organisational components, and develop an evaluation framework that could be used to evaluate individual treatment components, such as follow-up care, and estimate the total net benefits and costs of their services.
ISSP Post-Implementation Review 2018 discussion paper
30th July 2018
The Commonwealth Government wants Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to be enrolling, progressing and completing their higher education studies at the same rate or better than other Australians. This is the best way to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are taking up positions in the professions, academia and the broader skilled workforce, all critical to Australia’s future prosperity. The Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP) commenced on 1 January 2017 with the...
Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council’s 2017 Annual Report
25th July 2018
In accordance with the requirement of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council’s (the Council) Terms of Reference to report annually to the Government, via letter to the Prime Minister, we are pleased to submit the Council’s 2017 annual report. This report provides an overview of the Council’s activities, key areas of advice provided to the Government and engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for the period 13 February 2017 to 30 November 2017.
Indigenous Procurement Policy - Model Clauses
24th July 2018
These Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) model clauses are provided as examples of text that should be included in material for an Approach to Market or Contract terms where the entity determines that the IPP is applicable. These clauses have been updated to reflect changes to the reporting arrangements under the Indigenous Procurement Policy Reporting Solution, and to support the application of Exemption No.17 of the Commonwealth Procurement Rules. Entities are able to modify or adapt these...
The Community Development Program Regions
3rd July 2018
The CDP is delivered in 60 regions and more than 1,000 communities across Australia. These regions cover around 75 per cent of Australia’s land mass. The CDP regions reflect the diversity of remote Australia and range from larger discrete communities to smaller, geographically dispersed homelands and outstations. CDP supports participants to build work ready skills, address employment barriers and contribute to their communities through a range of flexible activities. It is designed around the...
Aboriginals Benefit Account funding overview
2nd July 2018
An overview of items that the the Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA) does and does not fund.
Aboriginals Benefit Account Advisory Committee (ABAAC)
2nd July 2018
ABAAC are a committee consisting of Aboriginal members nominated by each land council from across the NT. The Chair is appointed by the Minister. The ABAAC provides recommendations to the Minister for Indigenous Affairs on suitable applications for Aboriginals Benefit Account (ABA) grant funding.
Rights and Interests Fact Sheet: What interests do the Australian Government hold?
22nd May 2018
The Australian Government has funded the purchase of many properties for Indigenous organisations over the past 40 years, through grants processes. The Government does not hold continuing interests over most of these properties.