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New South Wales interagency plan to tackle child sexual assault in Aboriginal communities: 2006 - 2011

by New South Wales Department of Aboriginal Affairs

Report
Year 2007
City Sydney
Institution New South Wales Department of Aboriginal Affairs

Abstract

This publication sets out the New South Wales five year plan, aimed at reducing the high incidence of sexual assault for Aboriginal children. The plan was prompted by the Aboriginal Child Sexual Assault Taskforce report of July 2006. The whole-of-government plan has three main goals: reduce the incidence of child sexual abuse; reduce disadvantage and dysfunction in Aboriginal communities; and build up Aboriginal leadership and increase family and community safety and wellbeing.

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