OCHRE Review Report

28 Oct 2019

The NSW Ombudsman, Mr Michael Barnes, today tabled the OCHRE Review Report in Parliament.

OCHRE – Opportunity, Choice, Healing, Responsibility, Empowerment – is the NSW Government’s plan for Aboriginal Affairs, which commenced on 5 April 2013. The intent of OCHRE is to address the challenges facing Aboriginal communities, issues to be addressed, and what else is needed to drive better cultural, social and economic outcomes for Aboriginal people in NSW.

The OCHRE Review Report provides a comprehensive assessment of the OCHRE programs over the past five years.

This report identifies how NSW government agencies can identify opportunities to do things differently in ways that will achieve long-term, sustainable and meaningful outcomes for Aboriginal people.

Read the report.

Read the media release.

Read summary of recommendations.

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