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Australian National Audit Office (2015)
Delivery of the Petrol Sniffing Strategy in remote Indigenous communities.
Canberra: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Marcus D, Shaw D (2013)
Whole of strategy evaluation of the petrol sniffing strategy: future directions for the PSS: final report.
Canberra: Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy (2011)
National drug strategy 2010-2015.
Canberra: Australian Government
The National drug strategy 2010-2015 is a framework for action on alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
The aim of the National drug strategy 2010-2015 is to build safe and healthy communities by minimising alcohol, tobacco and other drug-related health, social and economic harms among individuals, families and communities.
The National drug strategy 2010-2015 is divided into three parts:
- Part 1 provides background and explains the conceptual framework of the strategy
- Part 2 details specific objectives and suggested actions under each pillar
- Part 3 discusses the supporting approaches of workforce, evidence, performance monitoring and governance.
Abstract adapted from the National drug strategy
Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy (2006)
National drug strategy: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples complementary action plan 2003-2009.
Canberra: Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples complementary action plan 2003-2009 (CAP) was a comprehensive policy guideline that accompanied the National Drug Strategy Framework 2004-2009. The CAP has since been updated by the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' drug strategy 2014-2019.
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