|Author||Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision|
In 2002, Australian governments committed themselves collectively to overcoming the disadvantage experienced by Indigenous Australians. As part of this commitment governments agreed to a regular public report on progress. The 2009 report is the fourth edition in the series. More than just a collection of data, the report draws on extensive evidence to identify the areas where government policies will have the greatest impact. The intention is to inform Australian governments whether policy programs and interventions are achieving positive outcomes for Indigenous people and to guide further work where needed. The terms of reference were updated in 2009 to reaffirm the government’s commitment to being accountable for improved outcomes for Indigenous Australians and to serve as a public report card on the progress against COAG targets and significant indicators. The report has three main parts: an overview, which summarises the report’s key messages; the main report, which provides the evidence base supporting the report’s framework and more detailed information on outcomes; and attachment tables (available electronically), which present and expand on the data used in the report.Related Items
See other periodic OID Reports
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