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The Aboriginal Justice Advisory Forum

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Representative Body
State/Country:Victoria, Australia
Summary Information:
The Aboriginal Justice Advisory Forum is the peak coordinating body responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement. It is also responsible for:
  • Overseeing the establishment of Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committees.
  • Promoting best practice approaches in program development and service delivery.
  • Promoting cross-program linkages and the development of a whole-of-government approach to addressing the underlying issues.
  • Monitoring and reporting on implementation and justice outcome data.

    The forum will include a range of senior community and government representatives. It will meet quarterly to review progress and report to the Victorian Government on Aboriginal justice outcomes.

  • Related Entries

  • Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement: Phase 1
  • Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement: Phase 3
  • Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement: Phase 4
  • Organisation
  • Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committees
  • State of Victoria
  • Aboriginal Justice Working Group
  • Indigenous Issues Unit of the Department of Justice (Vic)
  • Binjirru Regional Council
  • Tumbukka Regional Council
  • Aboriginal Justice Caucus
  • Koori Justice Unit
  • Local Aboriginal Justice Action Committees
  • Policy/Strategy
  • Victorian Statewide Action Plan

  • References

    Department of Justice, Department of Human Services, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, Tumbukka Regional Council, Binjirru Regional Council, Victorian Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee (2000) Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement


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