Thursday, 25 June, 2015

This study was designed to provide an evidence-base for planning and decision-making by Coal and Allied’s Aboriginal Development Consultative Committee (ADCC).

HRF investigated access and barriers to health services, education and employment for Aboriginal residents in the Upper Hunter Valley in partnership with Indigenous researchers from the University of Newcastle’s Wollotuka Institute, for the benefit of the Upper Hunter Aboriginal communities.

The project built on HRF’s prior experience in conducting an evaluation of the operation of the Aboriginal Access and Assessment Team on behalf of the then NSW Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care.

Client

Coal & Allied

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