A copy of the Office of the Northern Territory Coordinator-General for Remote Services Report , June 2011 to August 2012 (PDF 2.9mb) is available. The first report by Olga Havnen as Northern Territory Co-ordinator General for Remote Service “focuses on four major themes arising from the approach taken by governments in relation to Aboriginal people since the NT Emergency Response (NTER) commenced in 2007 and reflected in the Stronger Futures arrangements proposed for the next ten years. These are:
• transparency and accountability;
• the balance between the crisis and developmental aspects of initiatives under both the NTER and Stronger Futures;
• the marginalisation of Aboriginal people in decision making and resource allocation; and
• the lack of long-term planning and capacity development within Aboriginal towns, particularly the transfer of service delivery from Aboriginal organisations to the non-Indigenous, not-for-profit sector.”
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