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Dubbo Aboriginal Working Party

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Representative Body
State/Country:New South Wales, Australia
Regional city 400 kilometres north-west of Sydney.
Summary Information:
The Dubbo Aboriginal Working Party was established as a result of the Dubbo Aboriginal Community Summit in 2001. Its members come from various language/nation groups within Dubbo, and were selected by the then three peak Indigenous bodies in New South Wales: ATSIC, NSWALC and DAA. The main role of the Working Party is 'to move on issues identified at the summit and other impediments that are preventing our people from improving their Cultural, Economic and Social conditions in partnership with the general community'.

Related Entries

  • Dubbo 'Sport and Recreation Activities for Young People' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA)
  • People
  • Dubbo Aboriginal Community

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