Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 1 Hansard (11 February) . .
The answers to the question that are not covered by the future Implementation Plan are provided at Attachment A.
(A copy of the attachment is available at the Chamber Support Office).
(Question No 626)
Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Multicultural Affairs, upon notice, on 19 November 2015:
In relation to the One Canberra Reference Group Report of August 2015 "Action 2. Youth leadership programs"which states that the ACT Government will "support the establishment of a [sic] alternative body to represent the inclusive voice of multicultural youth under the coordination of Multicultural Youth Service (MYS).", (a) how will such an alternative body differ from already existing multicultural bodies, (b) how will the ACT Government measure the inclusiveness of this body, (c) will there be specific targets for this body and (d) what are the existing Multicultural Youth bodies.
Ms Berry: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The One Canberra Reference Group Report is a report to Government which was tabled in the Legislative Assembly on 27 October 2015.
Whilst the implementation of some of the recommended actions is already underway, or in fact in some cases have been completed, an analysis of the Report and its recommendations will be prepared as part of the Government's official response to the Report.
Multicultural affairs—One Canberra Reference Group Report
(Question No 627)
In relation to the One Canberra Reference Group Report of August 2015 "Action 3. Annual Food Drive Program"which states that partnerships will "be developed between main food bank providers within the Canberra community and the Muslim community to facilitate and promote the calendar of food drives.", (a) which specific organisations are classified as the "main food bank providers", (b) which specific community groups are classified as the "Muslim community", (c) will these partnerships be voluntary and (d) will any other ethnic groups be included in such partnerships with these main food bank providers.
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