Aboriginal access to government services
The Victorian Government Aboriginal Inclusion Framework was developed after extensive consultation with Aboriginal communities. It helps to ensure services are accessible and inclusive for Aboriginal Victorians. It also acts to provide more employment opportunities to Aboriginal Victorians.
The Framework's objective is to provide all Victorian Government policy makers, program managers and service providers with a structure for reviewing their practice and reforming the way they engage with and address the needs of Aboriginal people in Victoria. This is fundamental to supporting the Government's work to deliver better outcomes for Aboriginal Victorians.
Read the Aboriginal Inclusion Framework and report:
Aboriginal Inclusion FrameworkDOC (107 KB) Aboriginal Inclusion FrameworkPDF (769.22 KB) Aboriginal Inclusion Framework MatrixDOC (98 KB) Aboriginal Inclusion Framework MatrixPDF (100.7 KB) Aboriginal Inclusion Framework Second Phase ReportDOC (783.5 KB) Aboriginal Inclusion Framework Second Phase ReportPDF (1.78 MB)
Departmental action plans
Each Victorian Government department has an Aboriginal inclusion action plan outlining how they will:
- strengthen recognition and reconciliation of Aboriginal people
- improve the accessibility of services
- improve employment opportunities for Aboriginal people
- provide opportunities for Aboriginal people, Ministers and departments to form relationships and actively engage with one another.
Visit relevant policies and work being implemented by other Victorian Government departments:
- Aboriginal health
- Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement
- Aboriginal family violence
- Protection of native title
- Aboriginal land management
- Rights of Aboriginal people
- Aboriginal cultural rights in Victoria.
Local government and Aboriginal communities are also working together through the Maggolee program.