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Victorian Aboriginal Affairs Framework 2013–2018

Department of Planning and Community Development; State Government of Victoria Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Victoria 1 January 2013 Policy document Accessibility, Indigenous peoples, social and economic rights

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VAAF 2013–2018:
• Builds on the strengths of Aboriginal people and the role of Aboriginal culture in building resilience and prosperity
• Takes a holistic life course approach that recognises that positive experiences early in life lead to more economically independent and resilient people in their adult years
• Commits to stronger outcomes through focussed and integrated Strategic Action Areas, with headline indicators, achievable targets and measures of progress
• Gives focus to reform priorities for improved Government effort, particularly to support the strengthening of Aboriginal culture, building economic participation and prosperity, and improving
service systems to deliver, including services that support and protect vulnerable children and families
• Outlines new engagement arrangements between Government and Aboriginal Victorians through Ministerial roundtables and sub-regional forums
• Establishes clear governance and accountability for whole of government outcomes, supported by a rigorous performance management and reporting architecture for Aboriginal affairs.


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