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Aboriginal Affairs (NSW)


Preliminary findings of the OCHRE Local Decision Making evaluation stage 2

Local Decision Making is a New South Wales Government initiative that aims to transform the way that NSW Government agencies engage with Aboriginal communities regarding service delivery. This report presents overarching preliminary findings and case studies that illustrate how communities are strengthening their leadership and...

Unfinished business: progress report to Parliament - December 2020

This second progress report outlines the NSW Government’s work to progress the commitments made to Stolen Generations survivors. The views of survivors are embedded in this report, guiding government on areas to focus upon in the coming years.
Discussion paper

Are we mates yet? Agreement making between States and First Nations

This paper has been developed for Aboriginal Affairs NSW (AANSW) to assist communities and policy developers in considering the topic of ‘agreement making’ between the State and First Nations peoples.

Unfinished business: progress report to Parliament - July 2018

This report summarises the NSW Government’s progress to date in implementing its commitments to Stolen Generations survivors and their families, made in response to the General Purpose Standing Inquiry into Reparations for the Stolen Generations - the Unfinished Business Report.

Aboriginal identification in NSW: the way forward

The Aboriginal self-identification project sought to understand why Aboriginal people identify as Aboriginal when using various government services.