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http://thelowitjainstitute.cmail1.com/t/ViewEmail/j/E3D5C8DAB922006F/E7AC535A7D1D52C56A4D01E12DB8921D[11/12/2014 11:48:08 AM] Danila Dilba offers attractive salary with salary packaging benefits; six weeks annual leave; flexible hours; training and development. Media Indigenous legal aid cuts in federal budget should be reversed, Productivity Commission report says, by Alexandra Fisher & Steven Shubert, ABC News Online, 5 December 2014 "The Abbott Government should reverse its decision to strip millions of dollars from Indigenous legal aid services, a report from the Productivity Commission argues. The cuts to Indigenous services, worth $13.3 million, were part of the Government's first budget and came despite Tony Abbott declaring he would be the Prime Minister for Indigenous affairs. They came amongst broader cuts to legal aid services worth about $40 million. Far from cutting services, the report said the Government should add another $200 million a year for legal aid services" More Support for People Living with Diabetes, media release, The Hon Peter Dutton MP, Minister for Health, 5 December 2014 "A range of new resources for Australians with diabetes are available from today. Health Minister Peter Dutton today launched the materials aimed at further helping people manage their diabetes. The print and web-based resources target four groups with a high risk of suffering from diabetes older Australians, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, pregnant women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples New culturally appropriate information resources about the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) are also available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples" Bipartisan support needed to reverse Indigenous imprisonment, media release, Australian Human Rights Commission, 4 December 2014 "The over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system is one of the most urgent human rights issues facing Australia, says the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Mick Gooda. 'I find it shocking that we do better at keeping Aboriginal people in prison than in school The Commissioners 2014 Social Justice and Native Title Report urges governments to adopt justice reinvestment as a way to reduce the Indigenous prison population and divert young people from the criminal justice system" Indigenous Australians can take pride in disability policy gains, by John Gilroy & Nicholas Biddle, The Conversation, 3 December 2014 "The International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPWD), December 3, is important for commemorating the successes and efforts of the disability rights movement. The theme this year is Sustainable Development. Along with other Indigenous peoples worldwide, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have much to celebrate. At the same time, the Australian disability services sector is undergoing its most http://thelowitjainstitute.createsend1.com/t/j-l-dymuhk-itihhdydh-ty/ http://thelowitjainstitute.createsend1.com/t/j-l-dymuhk-itihhdydh-ty/ http://thelowitjainstitute.createsend1.com/t/j-l-dymuhk-itihhdydh-tj/ http://thelowitjainstitute.createsend1.com/t/j-l-dymuhk-itihhdydh-tt/ http://thelowitjainstitute.createsend1.com/t/j-l-dymuhk-itihhdydh-tt/ http://thelowitjainstitute.createsend1.com/t/j-l-dymuhk-itihhdydh-ti/ http://thelowitjainstitute.createsend1.com/t/j-l-dymuhk-itihhdydh-td/
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