Aboriginal Driver Licensing Issues Research Report


The study consisted of qualitative and quantitative phases.
Phase one involved a series of fifteen mini-group discussion sessions amongst the Aboriginal Community in NSW and a presentation/workshop with Aboriginal Program Advisors and Liaison Officers. Communities from a total of twelve (12) urban, regional and remote locations were included.
Phase 2 involved 300 face to face interviews, conducted across fourteen (14) urban, regional and remote locations.

The fundamental objectives of this research were:

  1. Identify and quantify licencing issues amongst Aboriginal people;
  2. Direct the development of policy, program and service responses to driver licencing issues amongst Aboriginal people; and
  3. Establish benchmark measures for the future monitoring of effectiveness of policy, programs and services to address driver licencing issues amongst Aboriginal people.

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