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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Staff Network

 

Description

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Staff Network is an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS) and provides support to staff, and advice to management on issues that impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff.

The Staff Network also provides support to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Staff National Committee (National Committee) by consulting on their views and issues, and assisting in the development of solutions to address any concerns. Staff Network members also actively participate in yarning circles, which are designed to support the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff at the local level.

The National Committee has been established to provide a leading role in the delivery of strategic advice to the Department of Social Services executive on workforce issues impacting on its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff.

The National Committee provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff throughout DSS with the opportunity to represent the interests, perspectives and concerns of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through:

Australian Government Department of Social Services abstract

Contacts

Department of Social Services (National Office)
Tuggeranong Office Park
Soward Way (cnr Athllon Drive)
Greenway ACT 2900
PO Box 9820
Canberra ACT 2610
Ph: 1800 634 035

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Last updated: 6 February 2017
 
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