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Commonwealth Closing the Gap annual report 2022
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More than 2 years have passed since the Commonwealth, the Coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community-Controlled Peak Organisations (Coalition of Peaks), all state and territory governments and the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) entered into the Closing the Gap Partnership Agreement (Partnership), and agreed to the National Agreement on Closing the Gap (National Agreement) forging a new way of working together to improve the lives of First Nations peoples.
At the heart of the National Agreement are four Priority Reforms that require all Australian governments to transform how they work with First Nations peoples. The National Agreement also includes 17 socio-economic outcomes that provide the result our collective efforts are trying to achieve across health, education, employment, housing, justice, safety, land and waters, culture, language and connectivity.
The Minister for Indigenous Australians has delivered the Commonwealth Closing the Gap Annual Report 2022. This is the first annual report since the commencement of the National Agreement on Closing the Gap in 2020, and the release of the Commonwealth Closing the Gap Implementation Plan in 2021.
The report outlines the Commonwealth’s actions to progress the Closing the Gap Priority Reforms and socio-economic outcomes.
National Agreement on Closing the Gap - July 2020 https://www.closingthegap.gov.au/national-agreement/national-agreement-closing-…