Government Policies on Australian Aboriginal Health Essay by danbonsai

Government Policies on Australian Aboriginal Health
A look at past and present Australian government policies that address the issue of Aboriginal Health.
# 2797 | 1,680 words | 10 sources | 2001 | AU


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This paper examines past and present Australian Government policies which have impacted and been implemented to address the issue of Aboriginal Health. The author also examines issues such health issues, substance abuse and the high rate of youth suicide.

From the Paper:

'The status of Aboriginal health in Australia is currently at critical levels - much money needs to be injected and considerable work needs to be done to tackle such important health issues as diabetes, mental disorders, substance abuse and the high rate of youth suicide. Along with this, many other related issues need to be addressed, such as the stolen generation, native title, preservation of cultural identity and the topic of reconciliation. The outlook for the future is improving however, in that the government and Aboriginal groups are working together towards a positive outcome through the implementation of innovative government policies aimed at tacking the core issues affecting Aboriginal communities around Australia."

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Government Policies on Australian Aboriginal Health (2001, December 19) Retrieved May 08, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/essay/government-policies-on-australian-aboriginal-health-2797/

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"Government Policies on Australian Aboriginal Health" 19 December 2001. Web. 08 May. 2021. <https://www.academon.com/essay/government-policies-on-australian-aboriginal-health-2797/>

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