Aboriginal Affairs Procurement Policy

Aboriginal Affairs Procurement Policy Statement

Annual Reports

The 2010/11 report on the performance of Aboriginal Affairs appears in the annual report of the Department of Education and Communities, located at Earlier reports are available on request, by calling Aboriginal Affairs on (02) 9561 1033.

Other Publications

  • AA Corporate Directions 2012-2014
    This is Aboriginal Affairs’ first corporate plan since becoming part of the Office of Communities (OoC) in the NS W Department of Education and Communities (DEC) in April 2011. It summarises our priorities and targets over the two year period, 2012-2014. This plan is aligned with the goals of NSW 2021 Plan, Council of Australian Governments (COAG) National Indigenous Reform Agreement, OoC Corporate Directions 2012-2013 and DEC Strategic Plan 2012-2017.
  • Aboriginal Participation in Construction Guidelines
  • About the Taskforce
  • Closing the gap
  • NSW Government Employment and Economic Development Programs
  • Securing the Truth
    The NSW Government’s submission to the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families. This book is a compilation of material and information on the removal of Aboriginal children in NSW throughout the past century.
  • The Stolen Generations
  • The Importance of Teaching and Learning Aboriginal Languages
  • The NSW Government Response to ‘Bringing them Home’
    The NSW Government response to Bringing them Home, the Report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families. This response outlines the commitment of the NSW Government to implementing the recommendations made in Bringing them Home.
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    Thursday, 19 November 2015   MINISTER WELCOMES INCOMING NSWALC COUNCILLORS Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams today congratulated the incoming Councillors of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) and reaffirmed the NSW Government’s commitment to working with the Aboriginal land … Continue reading


    Monday, 9 November 2015   $45.5 MILLION PRESCHOOL FUNDING BOOST   Minister for Early Childhood Education Leslie Williams today announced programs worth $45.5 million to increase the number of children attending preschool in the year before school.   Mrs Williams … Continue reading

  • The Aboriginal Population in NSW in 2015: Policy options and challenges

    NSW has the largest and arguably one of the most diverse Aboriginal populations of any jurisdiction in Australia. The Aboriginal population of NSW lives in areas ranging from remote townships with majority Aboriginal populations, to global cities like Sydney, Newcastle … Continue reading