Aim of the publication
The report provides in-depth discussion and analysis on the design and implementation elements of the Community in Crisis (CIC) policy, which was announced as a strategy for whole of government intervention. It provides intensive analysis in addressing crisis in the four nominated case study communities of; Balgo(WA), Beagle Bay (WA), Kalumburu (WA) and Yalata (SA).
The report was prepared by government for government – however the alternative approach and framework are synonymous across private sector organisations.
Content of the publication
The Communities in Crisis (CIC) policy was announced as a strategy for whole of government intervention to address crisis in nominated, discrete Indigenous communities and dependent on the need within individual communities. The evaluation report explored;
- Stabilising communities (e.g. family violence, substance abuse, corruption);
- Re-establishing basic services;
- Developing local plans of action;
- Building governance, capacity and leadership;
- Helping communities engage with government; and
- Improving service delivery.