Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council
The Council’s role is to advise Government on practical changes which can be made to improve the lives of Indigenous peoples.
The former Prime Minister announced the establishment of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council, and the appointment of Mr Warren Mundine AO as the Chair of the Council, on 25 September 2013.
Members of the Council were announced on 23 November 2013. Membership comprises Indigenous and non‑Indigenous Australians from a range of backgrounds and locations. The Council is not a representative body, and the twelve members provide a diversity of views and experience.
Key Dates & Progress
Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council visits the Torres Strait
Terms of Reference: Indigenous Advisory Council
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