Outback Conversations

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The Outback Alliance is hosting a series of webinars to discuss how the Outback is weathering the pandemic and what different policy responses are required to support communities to rebuild. The aim of the series is to ultimately answer the following questions: How has Covid-19 hit the Outback? What happens now? What are the differences […]

Joining the dots: policy pathways fit for the outback

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The Outback is an extraordinary place. It encompasses more than 70 per cent of the Australian continent, however less than four percent of the population lives there. It generates a considerable portion of Australia’s wealth, while also being one of the few great natural places remaining on the globe. A thriving Outback is good for […]

Remote Australia requires unique and specific policies – Outback Alliance launched

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Launching on Monday at an event in Federal Parliament, a new alliance of non-government organisations and individuals have announced they will work for better delivery and outcomes in remote Australia. The Outback Alliance is a wide cross-sector of organisations who all provide services for Outback communities, working together towards Outback prosperity for businesses, health, environment […]

Where is the Outback?

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The Outback is an extraordinary place. It encompasses more than 70 per cent of the Australian continent, but less than four percent of the population lives there. It generates a considerable portion of Australia’s wealth, while also being one of the few great natural places remaining on the globe. Where is the Outback? The Outback […]