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Hope Vale 'Partnership' Shared Responsibility Agreement

Sub Category:Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA)
Place:Cape York
State/Country:Queensland, Australia
Hope Vale is located 200 kilometres north of Cairns.
Alternative Names:
  • Hopevale Shared Responsibility Agreement Statement of Intent
  • Subject Matter: | Education | Employment and Training | Health and Community Services | Law - Policy and Justice
    Summary Information:
    The Hope Vale Shared Responsibility Agreement was made as part of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) trial in the Cape York Region.

    Under the agreement, nine community priorities have been established including health, housing, crime reduction, governance, employment and school attendance.

    A Statement of Intent was signed on 16 December 2003. This statement acknowledges 'that the community's priorities are interrelated, that responsibility for change is shared, and that parties will work together' (SRA Factsheet).

    No community obligations have been agreed to at this stage.

    Related Entries

  • Lockhart River 'Empower the Community' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA)
  • Wadeye Shared Responsibility Agreement
  • Greater Shepparton Shared Responsibility Agreement
  • Tjurabalan Community Participation Agreement
  • Murdi Paaki Shared Responsibility Agreement
  • ACT Shared Responsibility Agreement
  • Organisation
  • Council of Australian Governments
  • Office of Indigenous Policy Coordination (Cth)
  • Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (Cth)
  • Cape York Indigenous Coordination Centre (ICC)
  • Event
  • Council of Australian Governments' Communiqué
  • Policy/Strategy
  • Cape York COAG Trial
  • Anangu Pitjantjatjara Lands COAG Trial
  • North Eastern Tasmania COAG Trial

  • References

    News Item
    National Indigenous Times (2005) The dollars and sense of Shared Responsibility Agreements just don't add up


    Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA) (Australia)

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