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Remote Indigenous Communities Working Group

 

Description

The Remote Indigenous Communities Working Group (formerly the Remote Indigenous Communities Advisory Committee) was formed in 2004 to specifically address emergency management issues in remote Indigenous communities and report to the Ministerial Council for Police and Emergency Management.

Membership includes both emergency management and Indigenous representation from:

The primary achievement of the Remote Indigenous Communities Working Group has been the development of the National emergency management strategy for remote Indigenous communities: keeping our mob safe. The aim of the strategy is to improve community safety in remote Indigenous communities through a more coordinated approach to emergency management at local, state/territory and national levels.

Contacts

Department of Attorney-General
Remote Indigenous Communities Working Group
Robart Garran Offices
3-5 National Circuit
Barton ACT 2600
Ph: (02) 6141 6666

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Last updated: 29 April 2016
 
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