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The Resource Beyond petrol sniffing : renewing hope for Indigenous communities, The Senate Community Affairs References Committee

Beyond petrol sniffing : renewing hope for Indigenous communities, The Senate Community Affairs References Committee

Label
Beyond petrol sniffing : renewing hope for Indigenous communities
Title
Beyond petrol sniffing
Title remainder
renewing hope for Indigenous communities
Statement of responsibility
The Senate Community Affairs References Committee
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Terms of Reference were to report on the effectiveness of laws and policing in relation to petrol sniffing in affected Indigenous communities; the effectiveness of diversionary initiatives and community level actions; lessons that can be learned from community success in reducing petrol sniffing, including the impact of non-sniffable Opal; report emphasises that effective implementation is the key to success; twenty-three recommendations cover COAG role; Social Justice Commissioner role; Indigenous Coordination Centres; Cross Broder Justice Project between South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory; Commonwealth's Eight Point Strategy for Central Australia; loing term funding and support; law and policing; safe houses; community-based programs; rehabilitation facilities; Opal fuel; success of Yuendumu programs and Mt Theo outstation program in reducing petrol sniffing; Maningrida contracts to prevent unleaded petrol into communities; includes case studies from Yuendumu and Mount Theo, p. 80; Docker River Youth Program, p. 81; Yarrenyty Arltere Learning Centre, Alice Springs, p. 85; Central Australian Youth Link-Up Service (CAYLUS), p. 93
Additional physical form
Also available in an electronic version on the Internet. Address as at July 11, 2006: http://www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/clac_ctte/petrol_sniffing/report/report.pdf.
Cataloging source
NSL
Dewey number
362.2990899915
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
portraits
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Australia
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Moore, Claire
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Petrol sniffing
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Beyond petrol sniffing : renewing hope for Indigenous communities, The Senate Community Affairs References Committee
Link
http://www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/clac_ctte/petrol_sniffing/report/report.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Senate Committee report"--Cover
  • "June 2006"
  • "On 7 December 2005 the Senate, on a motion of Senator Allison also on behalf of eight cross-party Senators, referred a petition tabled on 6 December from 2 887 signatories relating to the management and prevention of gynaecological cancers and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) to the Committee for response to the Senate by 30 March 2006."--p. [1]
  • Chair: Senator Claire Moore
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: conduct of the inquiry, background to the inquiry, recent reports with reference to petrol sniffing and substance abuse: Parliamentary inquiries, Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody; Gordon inquiry in Western Australia; Coronial inquiries: South Australia, Northern Territory, Western Australia; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner -- Petrol sniffing - the causes and impact: causes: social and economic disadvantage, poverty and hunger, lack of employment opportunities, shortage of housing, poor educational outcomes, cultural influences -- Effects of petrol sniffing: physical, justice, effect on communities, impact on health costs, impact on family and carers; Incidence of petrol sniffing -- Finding the solution: Comprehensive approach: whole-of government approach, National Inhalant Abuse Taskforce; National drug strategy; Eight point regional strategy for Central Australia; Engagement with communities, ongoing commitment to programs -- Effectiveness of laws and policing: legislation to combat sniffing and substance abuse; Policing to combat sniffing; Permanent police presence; Aboriginal community officers; Safe communities and attracting resources; Night patrols; Cooperative government policing strategies -- Community-based solutions: community engagement; Programs and funding: youth programs, outstations, rehabilitation facilities; Community capacity: community governance, support for the community -- The impact of Opal fuel: introduction and supply of Opal: access to Commonwealth subsidy, Queensland Government fuel subsidy -- Production and suitability of Opal as a fuel; Possible alteration of Opal properties by adding other substances: A comprehensive roll out of Opal Appendices: List of public submissions, tabled documents and other additional information authorised for publication by the committee; Appendix 2: Witnesses who appeared before the committee at public hearings -- Appendix 3: Legislation relating to inhalant abuse
Control code
000040454458
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxii, 132 p.
Isbn
9780642716552
Other physical details
2 ports.
System details
System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader required to view/print PDF files
Terms governing use
Commonwealth of Australia 2006.
Label
Beyond petrol sniffing : renewing hope for Indigenous communities, The Senate Community Affairs References Committee
Link
http://www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/clac_ctte/petrol_sniffing/report/report.pdf
Publication
Note
  • "Senate Committee report"--Cover
  • "June 2006"
  • "On 7 December 2005 the Senate, on a motion of Senator Allison also on behalf of eight cross-party Senators, referred a petition tabled on 6 December from 2 887 signatories relating to the management and prevention of gynaecological cancers and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) to the Committee for response to the Senate by 30 March 2006."--p. [1]
  • Chair: Senator Claire Moore
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: conduct of the inquiry, background to the inquiry, recent reports with reference to petrol sniffing and substance abuse: Parliamentary inquiries, Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody; Gordon inquiry in Western Australia; Coronial inquiries: South Australia, Northern Territory, Western Australia; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner -- Petrol sniffing - the causes and impact: causes: social and economic disadvantage, poverty and hunger, lack of employment opportunities, shortage of housing, poor educational outcomes, cultural influences -- Effects of petrol sniffing: physical, justice, effect on communities, impact on health costs, impact on family and carers; Incidence of petrol sniffing -- Finding the solution: Comprehensive approach: whole-of government approach, National Inhalant Abuse Taskforce; National drug strategy; Eight point regional strategy for Central Australia; Engagement with communities, ongoing commitment to programs -- Effectiveness of laws and policing: legislation to combat sniffing and substance abuse; Policing to combat sniffing; Permanent police presence; Aboriginal community officers; Safe communities and attracting resources; Night patrols; Cooperative government policing strategies -- Community-based solutions: community engagement; Programs and funding: youth programs, outstations, rehabilitation facilities; Community capacity: community governance, support for the community -- The impact of Opal fuel: introduction and supply of Opal: access to Commonwealth subsidy, Queensland Government fuel subsidy -- Production and suitability of Opal as a fuel; Possible alteration of Opal properties by adding other substances: A comprehensive roll out of Opal Appendices: List of public submissions, tabled documents and other additional information authorised for publication by the committee; Appendix 2: Witnesses who appeared before the committee at public hearings -- Appendix 3: Legislation relating to inhalant abuse
Control code
000040454458
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxii, 132 p.
Isbn
9780642716552
Other physical details
2 ports.
System details
System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader required to view/print PDF files
Terms governing use
Commonwealth of Australia 2006.

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