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National Drug Strategy: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples complementary action plan 2003-2006: action plan

by Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy

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Year 2003
City Canberra
Institution Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy

Abstract

This document describes the culturally appropriate approach adopted by the National Drug Strategy Action Plan for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. The action plan is structured around six key result areas: enhanced capacity; whole of government effort and commitment; substantially improved access; holistic approaches; workforce initiatives and sustainable partnerships. The document identifies the relevance of the action plan to various groups of people, communities and organisations and provides examples of actions. It explains how performance measurement for the action plan will reflect National Drug Framework requirements in addition to those specifically developed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations.

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