Implementation of the Commonwealth Government responses to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody : annual report

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Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission. Royal Commission Government Response Monitoring Unit
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Nq 328.94 AUS
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[Canberra] : Royal Commission Government Response Monitoring Unit, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, 1994-c1997
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Interim (1992/1993), PP no. 206 of 1993
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IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT RESPONSES TO THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION INTO ABORIGINAL DEATHS IN CUSTODY 1992-93 INTERIM REPORT 1
Implementation of COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT RESPONSES TO THE Recommendations of the ROYAL COMMISSION INTO ABORIGINAL DEATHS IN CUSTODY 1992-93 INTERIM REPORT 3 , 4 , 5 , 6
Table of Contents 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12
Introduction 13
Programs I. Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse Prevention 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19
2. Aboriginal Legal Services 20 , 21
3. Cross Cultural Awareness Program for the Judiciary 22 , 23
4. Establishment of an Aboriginal Interpreter Accrediting Program 24 , 25
5. Interpreters for Aboriginal People in Court 26
6. National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Field Officer Gaining Course 27 , 28
7. National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Education Package 29 , 30
8. Accession to Human Rights Instruments 31 , 32
9. National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Survey 33 , 34
10. Monitoring and Research on Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Deaths in Custody 35 , 36
11. Link Up Program 37 , 38
12. Youth Bail Accommodation Program 39 , 40
13. Police Training 41 , 42
14. Replacement of Jervis Bay Police Station and Cells 43
15. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Acquisition 44 , 45 , 46
16. Aboriginal Rural Resources Initiative 47 , 48 , 49 , 50
17. Natural and Cultural Resources Management Program 51 , 52 , 53
18. Arts, Pastoral and Tourism Industries Development Strategies 54 , 55 , 56
19. Community Economic Initiatives Scheme 57 , 58 , 59
20. Community Development Employment Projects 60 , 61 , 62
21. InWork Traineeship Program 63 , 64
22. Young People's Development Program 65 , 66
23. Young People’s Sport and Recreation Program 67 , 68
24. Increase the Number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Workers from 800 to 1000 by 1996-97 69 , 70
25. Research into the Terms and Conditions of Employment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Workers 71 , 72
26. Increase Preschool Services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children 73 , 74
27. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner’s Annual Report 75 , 76
28. Commonwealth-State Co-ordination and Agreements 77 , 78
29. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Implementation Monitoring Unit 79 , 80
30. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Participation in State/Territory Implementation and Monitoring 81 , 82
Other Initiatives 31. Appointment of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner 83 , 84
32. Recommendations Referred to the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General 85 , 86
33. Family Counselling 87 , 88 , 89
34. Reimbursement of Legal Aid Commissions for Legal Representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People 90
35. Amendment of Director of Public Prosecutions Act 1983 91 , 92
36. Recommendations Referred to the Australasian Police Ministers’ Council 93 , 94
37. National Police Custody Survey 1992 95 , 96
38. Social Indicators for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Populations 97 , 98
39. Consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People on Data Collections 99
40. Access to Government Archival Records Pertaining to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, including Those of the Royal Commission 100 , 101
41. Framework for Teaching, Learning and Accrediting Studies in Aboriginal Languages 102 , 103
42. Development of Cultural Materials Theme Kits to Resource a Culturally Appropriate Vernacular Language Program 104 , 105
43. Development of Curriculum Materials for the Study and Recording of Aboriginal Languages across the Northern Territory and North-west Western Australia 106 , 107
44. Promotion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History and Culture As Part of the Reconciliation Process 108 , 109 , 110 , 111 , 112
45. Archiving of Royal Commission Records 113 , 114
46. Aboriginal Youth Working Group 115 , 116
47. 1993 National Campaign Against Drug Abuse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Drug Use Surveys 117 , 118
48. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Adolescent Alcohol National Media Campaign 119 , 120
49. Intied Financial Assistance Grants to Local Government Authorities 121 , 122
50. Aerodrome Local Ownership Plan 123 , 124
51. Undertake a National Study to Identity the Best Features of Existing Pre-release and Postrelease Support Schemes 125
52. Aboriginal Criminal Justice Reforms 126 , 127 , 128 , 129
53. Amnesty on the Execution of Long-outstanding Warrants for Unpaid Fines 130 , 131
54. Facilitate the Development of a Comprehensive Strategy to Improve the Opportunities for the Education and Training of Those in Custody 132 , 133
55. Access and Equity 134 , 135
56. National Aboriginal Policy Officer Located with the Australian Local Government Association 136 , 137
57. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander/Local Government Regional Workshops 138 , 139
58. Reference Group on the Relationship between Local Government and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples 140 , 141
59. Preparation of National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee Activities 142 , 143
60. Local Government Initiatives in Response lo the Recommendations of the Inquiry into the Needs of Mainly Urban Dwelling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples 144 , 145
61. Reconciliation Award for Local Government as Part of the National Awards for Innovation in Local Government 146 , 147
62. Major Employment Strategies within the Media and Communications Industry 148 , 149
63. Development of Aboriginal Studies Curriculum for the Miring of Journalists 150 , 151
64. Emphasis on Public Sector Recruitment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People to be Continued 152 , 153
65. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Recruitment and Career Development Plan 154 , 155
66. Development of Commonwealth Racial Discrimination Legislation 156
67. Progress in Dealing with the Australian Law Reform Commission's Report on the Recognition of Aboriginal Customary Law 157
68. Disadvantaged Young People Services Program 158 , 159
69. Youth Information and Access Pilots 160 , 161
70. Youth Strategy Action Grants 162 , 163
71. Study of Youth Service Provision in Rural and Remote Australia 164 , 165
72. Occupational Information for Young People 166
73. National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Goals and Targets 167 , 168
74. National Mental Health Policy 169 , 170
75. Guidelines on Ethical Matters in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research 171
76. Aboriginal Health Research 172 , 173
77. To Provide AH Australian Students with an Understanding of and Respect for Aboriginal History, Culture and Identity 174 , 175
78. Local History Project 176 , 177
79. School Speakers Program 178 , 179
80. Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Conference 180
81. Aboriginal Student Support and Parent Awareness Program 181 , 182
82. In-service Training 183 , 184
83. Training Courses for Teachers and Student Teachers 185 , 186
84. ABSTUDY 187 , 188
85. To Establish Effective Arrangements for the Participation of Aboriginal Parents and Community Members in Decisions Regarding the Planning, Delivery and Evaluation of Preschool, Primary and Secondary Education Services for Their Children 189 , 190
86. Aboriginal Employment Development Policy 191 , 192
87. Spending on Training and Other Labour Market Initiatives 193 , 194
88. Public Sector Employment 195 , 196
89. New Commonwealth Contracting Policies 197 , 198
90. Establishment of an Employment Advisory Body 199 , 200
91. Increased Funding for the Establishment of a Local Employment Promotion Committee 201 , 202
92. Current Training Programs to be Reviewed to Ensure That They Fully Address the Employment, Education and Training Needs of Potential and Existing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Offenders 203 , 204
93. National Approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Issues in Relation to Development Project Approvals 205 , 206
94. Standard Guidelines for Corrections 207
95. Introduction of Legislation Embodying Standard Guidelines on Corrections 208
96. Direct Consultation between the National Standards Body on Corrections and Relevant Aboriginal Organisations 209
97. Guidelines for Treatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in Custody 210
98. Land Needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples 211 , 212
99. Council lor Aboriginal Reconciliation 213 , 214 , 216

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