The Hon Sarah Mitchell, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs is responsible for OCHRE’s major initiatives including Aboriginal Language and Culture Nests, Industry Based Agreements, Local Decision Making and Opportunity Hubs.
The Hon Rob Stokes, Minister for Education is responsible for Connected Communities.
The Hon Sarah Mitchell, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and the Chairs of the Regional Alliances participating in LDM
In August 2011, the NSW Government established the Ministerial Taskforce on Aboriginal Affairs to provide advice on possible areas of reform in education, employment and service delivery and accountability.
The Taskforce embodied the NSW Government’s commitment to genuine partnership with Aboriginal communities by bringing together Cabinet Ministers, senior officials from the public service and key Aboriginal representatives and specialists.
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In 2012, the Taskforce:
Aboriginal communities and other key stakeholders expressed a strong desire for change and the need for Government to build a genuine and sustainable partnership with Aboriginal communities and Aboriginal organisations. There was also strong demand for effective co-ordination to prevent the duplication of government and non-government services and a strengthened focus on education and employment, as keys to overcoming Aboriginal disadvantage.
Throughout the consultations, Aboriginal people repeatedly raised the importance of respect for Aboriginal culture and need for healing to address the impact of trans-generational trauma as a result of colonisation and the policies and practices of successive governments.
To access a copy of: Getting it Right, the findings of the Round Two Community Consultations for the NSW Ministerial Taskforce on Aboriginal Affairs click here.
To access a copy of the Round One Consultation Report click here.
A number of key service delivery messages coming out of the first round of consultations have been referred to the relevant NSW Government agencies for advice. You can access these messages by clicking here.
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