OCHRE a continuing conversation

Reports

The OCHRE Approach to evaluation 2015 report provides information on the general approach taken to the conversations about the Local Decision Making process, Industry Based Agreements, Language and Culture Nests and Opportunity Hubs.

The literature review, Evaluation theories and approaches – relevance for Aboriginal contexts (2016), provides an overview of research and evaluation paradigms, the different types of evaluations, and the different stances taken to analyse and discern between these types of evaluations. The review focuses particularly on Indigenous evaluation theory and practice.

OCHRE Annual Reports

OCHRE: Four Years On

OCHRE: Four Years On is the NSW Government’s report on the fourth year of implementation. This document reports achievements and learnings from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017. It also highlights priorities for the next twelve months.

View full report: OCHRE – Four Years On (2017)


OCHRE: Three Years On

OCHRE: Three Years On is the NSW Government’s report on the third year of implementation. This document reports achievements and learnings from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016. It also highlights priorities for the next twelve months.

View full report: OCHRE – Three Years On (2016)


OCHRE: Two Years On

OCHRE: Two Years On is the NSW Government’s report on the second year of the implementation . This document reports achievements and learnings from 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015. It also highlights priorities for the next twelve months.

View full report: OCHRE – Two Years On (2015)


OCHRE: One year on

OCHRE: One year on is the NSW Government’s report on the first year of the implementation of OCHRE, the NSW Government’s Plan for Aboriginal affairs. This document reports achievements from 5 April 2013 to 30 June 2014, the first year of planning and implementation for all initiatives and identifies the priorities for the year ahead.

View full report: OCHRE – One year on (2014)


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