The Resource Where is the $63 million? : discussion paper, Central Australian Stolen Generations & Families Aboriginal Corporation 2002

Where is the $63 million? : discussion paper, Central Australian Stolen Generations & Families Aboriginal Corporation 2002

Label
Where is the $63 million? : discussion paper
Title
Where is the $63 million?
Title remainder
discussion paper
Statement of responsibility
Central Australian Stolen Generations & Families Aboriginal Corporation 2002
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Argues that the $63 million allocated to address issues arising from the 'Bringing them Home' report has failed to deliver appropriate and adquate services to the Stolen Generations in the Northern Territory; analyses funding and where it went
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Literary form
non fiction
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Central Australian Stolen Generations & Families Aboriginal Corporation
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  • National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families (Australia).
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Where is the $63 million? : discussion paper, Central Australian Stolen Generations & Families Aboriginal Corporation 2002
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"A paper developed by the Stolen Generations people of the Northern Territory to generate debate and provide directions for improved utilisation of Stolen Generations resources"
Contents
The stolen generations funding workshops 2002 -- The government's initiatives in response to Bringing Them Home -- Stolen generations interpretation of the allocation of funds (63 million) -- The implementation and monitoring of the Bringing Them Home report -- Rationale for holding the stolen generations funding workshops, 2002 -- An initiative of the stolen generations people of the Northern Territory -- Aims of the stolen generations fundings workshops, 2002 -- Commonwealth responsibilities to its citizens, including this stolen generations people : Australian constitution -- Domestic legislation -- Council for Aboriginal reconciliation -- Relevant international treties ratified by the Australian government -- Historical perspective -- The commonwealth failure the stolen generations -- Senate inquiry findings the Commonwealth -- State and Territory responsibilities -- Overview -- State and Territory failure -- Commonwealth Department and Health and Aged Care : Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care -- Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH) -- National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Services (NACCHOS) -- Aboriginal Medical Services Alliances Northern Territory (AMSANT) -- Aboriginal Medical Services (AMS) -- Conclusion -- The Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee funding - Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care -- Transefr of money from Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care to Department of Family and Community Services -- The Senate Legal and Constitutional References finding - Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services -- ATSIC's role : Overview -- ATSIC National policy on Stolen Generations programs -- The relatioship between ATSIC and the Commonwealth Department of Helath and Aged Care on Stolen Generations matters -- ATSIC's role in the Northern Territory -- The Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee findings - ATSIC -- Further supportinh evidence significant to this report : The Royal Australian and Ned Zealand college of psychiatrists -- The Royal Australian and New Zealand college of psychiatrist submission to the senate legal and constitutional references committee -- 'Moving forward: Achieving reparations issues paper' -- 'Going Home' conference, 1994, Kormilda College, Darwin, NT -- 'A report by Sue Roman & Associates on the development of a strategic plan for the stolen generations (NT) Aboriginal Corporation' -- KPMG 'Evaluation report on the Indigenous family link-up services -- Matthew Storey, 2000, 'Strategic' directions for the NT stolen generations litigation', NT -- Central Australian link-up service best practice models, CASG&FAC, Alice Springs, NT -- Restoring identity, public interest advocacy centre, Sydney NSW -- The stolen generations corporations of the Northern Territory hosting workshops and significant events
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
45 p.
Other physical details
ill., ports
Label
Where is the $63 million? : discussion paper, Central Australian Stolen Generations & Families Aboriginal Corporation 2002
Publication
Note
"A paper developed by the Stolen Generations people of the Northern Territory to generate debate and provide directions for improved utilisation of Stolen Generations resources"
Contents
The stolen generations funding workshops 2002 -- The government's initiatives in response to Bringing Them Home -- Stolen generations interpretation of the allocation of funds (63 million) -- The implementation and monitoring of the Bringing Them Home report -- Rationale for holding the stolen generations funding workshops, 2002 -- An initiative of the stolen generations people of the Northern Territory -- Aims of the stolen generations fundings workshops, 2002 -- Commonwealth responsibilities to its citizens, including this stolen generations people : Australian constitution -- Domestic legislation -- Council for Aboriginal reconciliation -- Relevant international treties ratified by the Australian government -- Historical perspective -- The commonwealth failure the stolen generations -- Senate inquiry findings the Commonwealth -- State and Territory responsibilities -- Overview -- State and Territory failure -- Commonwealth Department and Health and Aged Care : Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care -- Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH) -- National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Services (NACCHOS) -- Aboriginal Medical Services Alliances Northern Territory (AMSANT) -- Aboriginal Medical Services (AMS) -- Conclusion -- The Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee funding - Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care -- Transefr of money from Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care to Department of Family and Community Services -- The Senate Legal and Constitutional References finding - Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services -- ATSIC's role : Overview -- ATSIC National policy on Stolen Generations programs -- The relatioship between ATSIC and the Commonwealth Department of Helath and Aged Care on Stolen Generations matters -- ATSIC's role in the Northern Territory -- The Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee findings - ATSIC -- Further supportinh evidence significant to this report : The Royal Australian and Ned Zealand college of psychiatrists -- The Royal Australian and New Zealand college of psychiatrist submission to the senate legal and constitutional references committee -- 'Moving forward: Achieving reparations issues paper' -- 'Going Home' conference, 1994, Kormilda College, Darwin, NT -- 'A report by Sue Roman & Associates on the development of a strategic plan for the stolen generations (NT) Aboriginal Corporation' -- KPMG 'Evaluation report on the Indigenous family link-up services -- Matthew Storey, 2000, 'Strategic' directions for the NT stolen generations litigation', NT -- Central Australian link-up service best practice models, CASG&FAC, Alice Springs, NT -- Restoring identity, public interest advocacy centre, Sydney NSW -- The stolen generations corporations of the Northern Territory hosting workshops and significant events
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
45 p.
Other physical details
ill., ports

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