Measuring the social impact of Income Management in the Northern Territory: An updated analysis
Income management policies have been in place in the Northern Territory since 2007. These policies limit how recipients of government income support payments can spend a proportion of these funds. The policies were initially directed at Indigenous Australians who remain the major group on the program. The objective of the policy was to improve individual and community outcomes. Around one third of the Northern Territory Indigenous population aged 15 years and over have been subject to the...[Show more]
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