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Service delivery in Queensland's remote and discrete Indigenous communities

Date posted: 21 April 2017

The Queensland (Qld) Government has opened an inquiry into service delivery in remote and discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across the state.

Investments by governments, the private sector and not for profit organisations significantly affect the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Qld's remote and discrete communities. The inquiry aims to understand what works well, and why, to improve outcomes for all remote and discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

The inquiry will look at:

The Qld Government is asking for contributions from community members, leaders, people and organisations who deliver services into remote and discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. There is a number of ways to contribute, including community meetings, roundtables at different locations across the state, and two rounds of formal written submissions. Submissions close Friday 2 June 2017. For more information on how to contribute, please refer to the links below.

Source: Queensland Productivity Commission

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Last updated: 21 April 2017
 
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