Victorian Aboriginal Affairs Framework 2018-2023
The VAAF brings together a comprehensive set of data that can help community hold government to account on whether our combined efforts are improving the lives of Aboriginal Victorians. Further information on our evaluation approach is available in the ‘Evaluate’ section.
Domain 1: Children, family & home
Our shared commitment is that ‘All Aboriginal children and young people are safe, resilient, thriving and living in culturally rich, strong Aboriginal families and communities.’
Domain 2: Learning & skills
Our shared commitment: ‘Every Koorie person achieves their potential, succeeds in life, and feels strong in their cultural identity.’
Domain 3: Opportunity & prosperity
Our shared commitment: ‘Building opportunity and economic prosperity for all Aboriginal Victorians.’
Domain 4: Health & wellbeing
Our shared commitment: ‘Self-determining, healthy and safe Aboriginal people and communities.’
Domain 5: Justice & safety
Our shared commitment: ‘Aboriginal people have access to an equitable justice system that is shaped by self-determination, and protects and upholds their human, civil and legal rights.’
Domain 6: Culture & Country
Our shared commitment is the promotion of the rights and responsibilities under the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006.
Reviewed 30 March 2021