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Implementation review of the Family Responsibilities Commission [electronic resource] : final report / KPMG [for the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs].
[Canberra : Dept. of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs], 2010.
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1 document (PDF 2.4MB) (237 p.)
WEB (Copy 1) INTERNET 161455-1001 ONLINE
WEB (Copy 2) INTRANET 161455-1002 ONLINE
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Cover title from title screen (viewed on 26 Nov. 2010).
At head of title: KPMG; Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.
"This report has been prepared at the request of FaHCSIA ..."--p. i.
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"The Cape York Welfare Reform is a joint initiative of the Australian and Queensland Governments and the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership, and is operating in the remote Queensland communities of Aurukun, Coen, Hope Vale and Mossman Gorge from July 2008-December 2011. One of the Welfare Reform's central projects is the Family Responsibilities Commission (FRC). This is a unique regulatory authority, which is time limited, and involves local Indigenous people in decision-making. The FRC aims to support the restoration of socially responsible standards of behaviour and local authority, and to help people resume primary responsibility for their individual and communal wellbeing. This Report focuses solely on the findings from the Implementation Review of the FRC (Review). This Review has considered the implementation and operation of the FRC in the first 18 months of its 3.5 year term. The objectives of the Review have been to establish: whether the FRC is being implemented effectively; what might need to be changed or addressed; and what initial impacts can be observed."--p. 4.
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