As Amy Coopes reported recently, a Queensland Productivity Commission inquiry has called for “substantial and ambitious” reform to service delivery to remote and discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Queensland.
In the recent interview below, Professor Bronwyn Fredericks, the Presiding Commissioner for the inquiry, called for the Queensland Government to take a whole-of-government approach to implementing the report’s recommendations.
The reforms will require leadership across government, communities and wider sectors, including universities and business, Fredericks told Summer May Finlay in the interview below.
She urged Croakey readers to engage with the report and related materials at the QPC website, to talk up the report, and ask Government representatives about actions in progressing its recommendations.
Watch the interview
By 24 August, the interview had 1,300 views via the Periscope app.