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NACCHO at the National Press Club

Yesterday NACCHO’s Chair Justin Mohamed gave an address to a packed room and national television audience at the National Press Club about the economic value of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations. 979 more words

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Economic value of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations

Today at the National Press Club, NACCHO Chair Justin Mohamed launched a report on the economic value of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations.

The report provides evidence that Aboriginal health services run by Aboriginal people: 226 more words

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NACCHO at the National Press Club - Watch it LIVE


NACCHO Chair, Justin Mohamed will give an address at the National Press Club today about the wide ranging value of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations.
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NACCHO Aboriginal health and racism: All Australians have the right to be protected against racial discrimination and vilification

Statement from the Co-Chairs of Reconciliation Australia, Dr Tom Calma AO and Melinda Cilento

Today NACCHO joins our fellow Australians from the Greek, Jewish, Chinese, Arab, Armenian and Korean communities in expressing our strong view that all Australians have the right to be protected against racial discrimination and vilification. 781 more words

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NACCHO at the National Press Club - Get your tickets now!

NACCHO Chair Justin Mohamed will be giving an address at the National Press Club in Canberra on Wednesday 2nd April.

Justin will be launching a report on the economic benefits of the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health sector and talking about how to close the health gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians. 21 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal health: Dr Charles Perkins 1993 speech "Aboriginal people and a healthy economy"

Importantly Aboriginal people should be aware of this false economy which forms the basis of Aboriginal affairs in this country.

The economic lifeline is maintained only at the discretion of politicians and a fickle public. 4,181 more words

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NACCHO Close the Gap Day : Will Government funding of $800 M be enough to Close the Aboriginal health Gap ?

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Will Government funding of $1.3 billion  be enough to Close the Aboriginal health Gap ? 1,606 more words

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