The National Indigenous Reform Agreement (Nira)

COAG 2012. National Aboriginal Reform Agreement. Canberra: COAG. Accessed July 24, 2017, _archive/Indigenous Reform/National agreement_sept_12.pdf The agreement covers four priority areas and 16 socio-economic objectives. The Queensland Government will develop an implementation plan for the agreement and will continue to report on Queensland`s progress towards the targets through annual reports. The Queensland Government is committed to a new way of working with First Nations people to achieve better life outcomes in health, education, employment and housing. The agreement reflects the Queensland Government`s commitment to important reforms to reorganise relations in partnership with Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders. Queensland is home to the second largest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population in the country. The Queensland Government, in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands, cooperates through their representatives at the national, governmental and local levels to ensure a focus on achieving long-term social and economic outcomes for Queensland First Nations. Queensland is a signatory to the new National Accord to Fill This Gap, launched on 30 July 2020 by the Prime Minister, hon. Scott Morrison MP. Commonwealth of Australia (Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet) 2019. Closing the Gap Report 2019.

Canberra: PM&C. Considered on May 2, 2019, When assessing the progress made by COAG`s initiatives to fill this gap, commentators found a number of issues. These include the limitation of data, agreement on progress points, measurement of trajektories obtained in all legal systems and lack of targets in certain areas (e.g. B justice). For example, the goal of closing the life expectancy gap cannot be measured in some legal systems, it is the subject of considerable debate about the methodology to be used to determine Aboriginal life expectancy, and it does not respond to short-term interventions. The focus on mortality rates is an interim alternative measure, but it remains subject to significant data restrictions. The coag Reform Council report indicates that three goals (infant mortality, early childhood education and 12 or equivalent benefits) have made good progress, but the results achieved for the remaining three goals (overall expectation, academic outcomes and employment outcomes) are less positive. With the exception of the Coat of Arms of the Commonwealth and to the extent that copyright exists in a third party, this publication, its logo and the front page design are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia license. The data in Table NIRA.6.1 (page 117) have changed since an earlier version of this report. In 2020, there will be a greater focus on self-determination and a partnership approach, so that governments and Aborigines and Torres Strait Islander work together. It heralds a new path forward, in which Aborigines and Torres Strait Islander set priorities for the gap agenda and share responsibility, responsibility and responsibility for a new national agreement to fill the void (the agreement) to advance progress for present and future generations. We appreciate your feedback on this post and encourage you to provide feedback.

For copyright reasons, some related articles are only available to Members of Parliament. To achieve these goals, COAG has identified a number of building blocks (early childhood, education, health, economic participation, healthy homes, safe communities, governance and leadership). It also enabled a series of indigenous-specific national partnerships, namely: COAG 2015 Communiqué of the December 2015 COAG meeting. Seen on 24 July 2017, 3. COAG_Communique_20151211.pdf. . . .

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