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This is a study about government expenditure on children and family services in the Northern Territory. It will focus on funding arrangements for services and programs that are relevant to the prevention of harm to children, and will examine ways to improve those funding arrangements...
Following the structural change in the Northern Territory’s fiscal position, it was necessary for the government to revise its fiscal strategy and progress a range of systemic whole of government reforms to return the budget to a sustainable position over the medium to long term....
The overall aim of this work was to inform parliaments, and in particular parliamentary committees, of the strategies that could be developed to better engage CALD communities in the work of future parliamentary inquiries.
This discussion paper sets out the proposed levels of caps on electoral expenditure and political donations, as well as the introduction of partial public funding of political parties and candidates as recommended by the independent inquiry.
On 1 December 2016 the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory resolved to conduct an Inquiry under section 4A of the Inquiries Act (NT) into options for the reform of political funding and donations in the Northern Territory (‘the Inquiry’).
The review considered the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility's (NAIF's) policy settings, with particular reference to its investment mandate, and assessed the implications on NAIF's project identification, selection and assessment processes, including risk settings.
This site brings together information about the most effective ways to engage with people in remote communities.
The ideas, tools and information here come from a range of sources, including interstate and overseas — and of course, the Northern Territory. They are based on...
This paper develops a case study of the municipal service delivery and Indigenous employment functions of the Centre for Appropriate Technology, across 49 West Kimberley Indigenous settlements.
This paper presents findings of research on remote Indigenous service delivery and Indigenous employment,...
In June 2009, Allen and Clarke Regulatory Specialists were commissioned by the Department of Health and Ageing to evaluate two Indigenous health programs: the Child Health Check Initiative (CHCI), and the Expanding Health Services Delivery Initiative (EHSDI). This report provides findings and recommendations...