Indigenous Australians and Liquor Licensing Legislation
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This research project was designed to review liquor licensing and related legislation throughout Australia, and to develop recommendations aimed at ensuring that such legislation: furthers the objective of minimising the harm caused by alcohol among Indigenous Australians; promotes Indigenous community involvement in decision making regarding the availability of alcohol; and, is culturally appropriate.The study utilised a qualitative research methodology, which included review and analysis of existing legislation, a literature review, and analysis of written comment and interview data pertaining to liquor licensing legislation.
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