|Author||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner|
|Source/Publisher||Australian Human Rights Commission|
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner is required to report annually to the Attorney-General regarding the exercise and enjoyment of human rights by Australia’s Indigenous peoples. The focus of the 2013 report is: the contributions of the Social Justice Commissioner role in key areas of social justice and native title over the past 20 years (including criminal justice issues); future priorities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs and how to produce long-term sustainable improvements in life outcomes; recommendations for the development of alcohol management and related policies; and the role of business in supporting the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Case studies including Bourke, NSW.Related Items
Social Justice and Native Title Reports various. See separate IJC records.
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