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NACCHO 2015 budget update : Aboriginal groups question budget strategy

“Priorities identified in the Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) guidelines were too limited to address disadvantage in a holistic way.  Additionally, the delivery of the IAS is devoid of decision-making procedures for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, and appropriate definition for community wellbeing.The current policy of overcoming disadvantage is limited in its application and does not take account of significant disadvantage faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, e.g. 1,159 more words

Aboriginal Health

Sessions of National Congress

Year Place President Notes 1885 Bombey Byomesh Chandra Banarjee First;72 representative participated 1887 Madras Badruddin Taiyyabzi First Muslim President 1888 197 more words
Freedom

NACCHO Health & Justice News: Aboriginal Deaths in Custody 24th anniversary but still in crisis

“We believe that with investment in early intervention, and prevention and diversion strategies to address the root causes and help break the cycle of contact with the criminal justice system, we can reduce incarceration and violence rates. 652 more words

Aboriginal Health In The News

Atmosphere of fear expected to dominate China's annual parliament

Beijing (dpa) – Chinese President Xi Jinping has vowed to “comprehensively apply strictness in governing the party.”

If anyone was in doubt of that, they needed to look no further than the at least 36 senior lawmakers and advisors detained in corruption investigations in the past year, according to reports from the South China Morning Post. 657 more words

China

MABI XX 2015

NATIONAL CONGRESS OF INDONESIAN SURGEON

How to Promote Minimally Invasive and Robotic surgery in Indonesia between The Hope and Policy.

Business Session – Scientific Session (In English) – Workshop (Best Paper Award) – Exhibition Social Programme… 29 more words

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SAfrica former police chief dies, was jailed for corruption

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The legacy of former apartheid activist and member of parliament, Jackie Selebi, who died Friday, may be overshadowed by his disgrace as national police commissioner. 364 more words

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