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Northern Territory Emergency Response: one year on

Posted on: 7 July, 2008
Issue: Vol 8 No 3, July 2008 - September 2008
Related to Child protection Northern Territory

Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (2008)
Northern Territory Emergency Response: one year on.
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This report details the progress that has resulted following the implementation of the first phase of the Northern Territory Emergency Response. The primary aim of the Emergency Response was to protect children residing in Aboriginal communities and town camps in the Northern Territory. Progress has been measured according to the following areas: coordination, law and order, supporting families, welfare reform and employment, improving child and family health, enhancing education, and housing and land reform.

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