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Hobart Indigenous Coordination Centre (ICC)

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Indigenous Coordination Centre (ICC)
State/Country:Tasmania, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • Tasmania Indigenous Coordination Centre
  • Summary Information:
    The Hobart Indigenous Coordination Centre is one of 30 centres established following the abolition of ATSIC.

    The office in Hobart houses staff from a range of departments that deliver services to Indigenous Australians in Tasmania.

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  • Organisation
  • Indigenous Coordination Centres
  • Office of Indigenous Policy Coordination (Cth)

  • References

    Australian Government (2005) Indigenous Coordination Centres


    Indigenous Coordination Centres (ICCs) (Australia)

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