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Indigenous culture is central to the key pillars of prosperity.



  • skills development over the lifecycle
  • engagement in meaningful work
  • access to job networks
  • owning and running a business
  • wealth creation
  • addressing intergenerational transmission of poverty
  • good roads and infrastructure
  • access to affordable good-quality housing
  • laws and social sanctions which protect property rights
  • home ownership.



  • early childhood and education outcomes
  • good physical and mental health
  • access to health services
  • overcoming trauma
  • connection to country.



  • support¬†for strong family relationships
  • thriving traditions and cultural practice
  • a sense of belonging
  • social inclusion
  • civic participation
  • personal and community safety
  • a safe home
  • high-levels of trust through good governance.



  • physical indicators of natural assets (land and sea)
  • changes in environmental quality such as:
    • access to clean water
    • recreation areas
  • people's connection to country, land and sea.

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