Australian National Council on Drugs

Research studies have identified a disproportionate number of Indigenous Australians in the correctional system, and argued the importance of diverting young men and women away from a life of substance […]

Indigenous Australians make up almost one-quarter of Australia’s prison population, and the issues experienced by Indigenous offenders are significant and complex. The strong links between substance misuse and Indigenous incarceration […]

As part of a two phase project commissioned by the Australian National Council on Drugs, this report identifies alcohol and other drug intervention projects conducted by or for Indigenous Australians […]

It is a commonly held view amongst those working in the Alcohol and other Drug sector that there is a need for further services for Indigenous Australians. This report prepared […]

A brief by the Australian National Council on Drugs in 2008 noted that alcohol is the primary drug of concern for indigenous Australians. A small number of Aboriginal people inject […]

This report presents the results of a consultation conducted by the Australian National Council on Drugs (ANCD) on behalf of the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs […]