Posts for "COAG" tag


Third interview with Brian Gleeson

In this interview, Brian Gleeson – Australia’s outgoing Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services – reflects on the National Partnership Agreement for Remote Service Delivery and his independent monitoring role. Brian comments on the early closure of the office... read on

Housing policy development stalls

For two years, Housing SA has been struggling to finalise some of its policies for Anangu tenants; specifically, the ‘appeals’ and ‘family violence’ policies... read on

Second interview with Brian Gleeson

Brian Gleeson is Australia’s Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services. In this role, he works to improve the delivery of services and programs in 29 remote Aboriginal communities. This includes two communities on the APY... read on

Amata and Mimili: tracking government expenditure

In late 2008, the Australian, State and Territory Governments agreed to focus their efforts and resources on improving conditions in 29 remote Indigenous communities. Two of these communities are located on the APY Lands... read on

Program 24: Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services

Brian Gleeson is the Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services. In this program, he discusses his work with 29 remote communities, including Amata and Mimili. Brian also talks about some of the recommendations contained in... read on

Interview with Brian Gleeson

Two and a half years ago, the Australian Government appointed Brian Gleeson as the first Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services. In this interview, Brian talks about his role and how it helps to “drive”... read on

Amata and Mimili: local implementation plans

In late 2008, the Australian and South Australian Governments agreed to formulate comprehensive “local implementation plans” to improve the delivery of services to Amata and Mimili. Under the terms of this agreement, these plans had to be developed in consultation with local Anangu... read on

Amata and Mimili local implementation plans: our review

In mid 2010, the Australian Government released local implementation plans for two APY communities (Amata and Mimili). In August 2010, the Paper Tracker published the following review of the plans... read on

Amata and Mimili: government business managers

In late 2008, the Federal and State Governments agreed to establish Government Business Manager positions in Amata and Mimili. Appointments to these positions were announced in October 2009... read on

Amata and Mimili: National Agreement on Remote Service Delivery

In November 2008, the Council of Australian Governments agreed to a new National Partnership Agreement on Remote Service Delivery. The Agreement aims to improve the delivery and coordination of services... read on

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