Rethinking the fundamentals of social policy towards Indigenous Australians: block grants, mainstreaming and the multiplicity of agencies and programs
Social policy towards Indigenous Australians was fundamentally rethought in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The result is the current involvement in this policy area of large numbers of government agencies and programs across the range of functional responsibilities and at both State and Commonwealth levels of Australian government. The involvement of such a multiplicity of agencies and programs has recently been much criticised, most notably in the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in...[Show more]
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