” The inquiry heard the voices of Indigenous CDP participants, their organisations and other concerned Australians and revealed the deep-seated flaws with this top-down, punitive and discriminatory program.
Finally, our concerns have been heard.
APO NT has put considerable effort into developing an alternative to the CDP (APO NT alternative to CDP).
We are extremely pleased that the committee has recognized this Indigenous-led work and drawn on many key elements of the APO NT proposal.”
John Paterson, from APO NT See full press release Part 1
The Senate inquiry report released last week into the fraught Community Development Program (CDP) calls for a total overhaul of the unfair CDP system
DownloadSenate CDP report 2017
“Labor is deeply disappointed with Minister Scullion’s response to the Senate Inquiry into the Community Development Program (CDP).
Labor secured the Inquiry into the CDP in March after communities across…
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