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Goals, measures and strategies for change now in place

The Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project has recently reached an important milestone – the Women’s Group, Men’s Group and the Bourke Tribal Council have now signed off on Goals, Measures and Strategies for the Project.

With this important document now in place, KPMG is busy preparing a business case for justice reinvestment in Bourke that will be presented to the NSW Government.

Within the next few months, the Government’s Cross Portfolio Champion for the Project, the Hon Brad Hazzard, Minister for Family and Community Services, will convene a meeting of senior representatives from government and non-government service providers operating in Bourke to agree on the Collective Impact process going forward: the provision of required data and how service providers will work collaboratively for change.

At the same time, meetings will take place in Bourke with service providers on the ground to discuss how the Collective Impact process will work for them.

 

Posted: 9 March 2016

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