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Sweeping reforms for health sector

selwyn button_with_lionel_morganA new standard to Governance Reform and Constitutional Change has been set as a result of a Special General Meeting (SGM) of the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC).

Selwyn Button, CEO, QAIHC said the SGM was held for members to consider and endorse changes to the current QAIHC Constitution. This will ensure QAIHC remains an industry leader for...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 November 2012 11:14

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Michael Petterson new Chairperson for NAAJA

michael pettersonMichael Petterson joined NAAJA as its new Chairperson on 26th October 2012.

Michael succeeds Dorothy Fox who has worked hard to promote access to justice for Aboriginal people and has had a particular interest in the welfare of Aboriginal children.

Michael is of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander decent. He has lived in Darwin most of his life and worked in various Government...

 

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