The third progress report shows many initiatives are improving the opportunities and services available to Aboriginal South Australians under the government’s Aboriginal Affairs Action Plan 2019-2020.
The Improving Government Communication with Aboriginal Communities action was completed and features have been adopted as business as usual with the Courts Administration Authority.
Actions reported to be on track include:
- Aboriginal Ranger Employment Pathways
- Governor’s Aboriginal Employment Industry Cluster Program – Apprenticeship and Traineeship Strategy
- Statewide Aboriginal Fishing and Aquaculture Program
- Far North Aboriginal Economic Collective
- Increased employment within SA Police
- North-West Indigenous Pastoral Project
- Stronger Partners Stronger Futures
- Ceduna Services Collaboration
- Municipal Services to Aboriginal Communities Strategy
- Tika Tirka Remote Student Housing
- Connected Youth Justice Strategy
- One Stop Screening Shop
- SA Museum Collection Store
- Partnership Response to Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Blood Borne Viruses in Aboriginal Communities
- Rural Health Workforce Strategy
- Reconciliation Action Plan
- Aboriginal Arts and Cultures Centre
- Clontarf Foundation Program
- SA Aboriginal Secondary Training Academy
- Community Transitions and Learning Centre
- Narungga Buthera Agreement
- Aboriginal Housing Strategy
Ultimately, the South Australian Government’s Aboriginal Affairs Action Plan 2019-2020 aims to:
- Create opportunities for Aboriginal jobs and businesses
- Improve the quality and the delivery of services to Aboriginal South Australians
- Building strong and capable Aboriginal communities.
To find out more about the action plan and the progress of other initiatives, view the Action Plan page.