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Indigenous Services

Indigenous Australians make up approximately 3% of the Australian population. The level of disadvantage experienced by Indigenous Australians is significantly higher than non-Indigenous people across all social indicators, including living standards, employment levels, education attainment, health outcomes, home ownership and incarceration.

As a result, past and present governments, leaders and businesses have attempted to address Indigenous disadvantage through the development, implementation and management of Indigenous policy and programs at a national, state and local level.

Cintex works in the Indigenous policy and program arena across the national, state and local level assisting and helping business leaders, state governments, territory governments, commonwealth governments and more recently commercial businesses. Our work covers Indigenous policy, program, business and economic advice in the education, health, criminal justice, employment and training, economic development, community and family services and land development sectors.

Cintex has undertaken work in the Indigenous affairs sector ranging from:

  • Capacity building
  • Organisational governance
  • Community, land and business plans 
  • Community empowerment
  • Community engagement
  • Health promotion
  • Health services management
  • Strategy development
  • Service delivery reform
  • Indigenous employment programs 
  • Indigenous leadership programs