Views From The Top of the 'Quiet Revolution'
In February 2005, Minister Amanda Vanstone addressed the National Press Club on the new arrangements in Indigenous affairs. She identified these new arrangements as a 'quiet revolution in Indigenous affairs'. Within the context of the new arrangements, the Australian Public Service is undergoing some major changes in the way in which it seeks to develop and implement policy in relation to Indigenous affairs. In her address to the National Press Club, the Minister said 'Back here in Canberra,...[Show more]
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