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Name: Coordinator-General for Remote Indigenous Services Act 2009 (No. 68, 2009).
Country: Australia
Subject(s): Indigenous and tribal peoples
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2009
Entry into force:
ISN: AUS-2009-L-88647
Bibliography: Legislation on-line Legislation on-line ComLaw, Attorney General's Department, Australia PDF of Act as amended to Act No. 58 of 2011 PDF of Act as amended to Act No. 58 of 2011 (consulted on 2011-11-25)
Abstract/Citation: The object of this Act is to provide for a Coordinator-General for Remote Indigenous Services, who will monitor, assess, advise in relation to, and drive:
(a) the development and delivery of services and facilities by governments, in each remote location specified by the Minister, to a standard broadly comparable with that in non-Indigenous communities of similar size, location and needs elsewhere in Australia, including through:
(i) improvements to the coordination of the development and delivery of such services and facilities; and
(ii) reforms to the development and delivery of such services and facilities; and
(b) progress towards achieving the Closing the Gap targets in those specified locations.
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