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Government response to the Commonwealth Grants Commission report on Indigenous funding 2001

  • Year: 2001
  • Publisher: Commonwealth of Australia
  • Published Location: Canberra, ACT
  • Country: Australia

Detailed response to findings of Commonwealth Grants Commission 'Report on Indigenous funding' which see also at B C734.62/R1; outlines background to commissioning of report including concern with outcomes which below reasonable expectations despite increasing commitment of resources; discusses circumstances of Indigenous Australians; identifying and measuring need and linking need and resource allocation; funding and service delivery in practice; improving allocation of funds; data issues; principles for equitable provision of services to Indigenous people; health services, housing, infrastructure, school education, vocational education and training; employment.

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