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Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation (SA)

Category: Organisation
Binomial Name: South Australian Government
Sub Category:State Government
State/Country:South Australia, Australia
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    Summary Information:
    The Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation (DAARE) is a state government department which supports the portfolio responsibility of the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. It is a division of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet. Its mandate is to 'lead implementation of the South Australian Government's Doing it Right Policy Framework for Aboriginal Affairs.' DAARE's vision is to 'advance the wellbeing of Aboriginal families and communities in South Australia and engage Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal South Australians in the achievement of Reconciliation.' Its service objects are:

    '*Strategic policy advice to Government;
    *Across government coordination and monitoring;
    *Engagement with Aboriginal communities;
    *Creating sustainable Aboriginal economic development strategies;
    *Aboriginal heritage and culture;
    *Management of essential services and infrastructure provision to Aboriginal land holding authorities.'

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