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Financial Services Council Standard 22 – Cultural Capability in Native Title Services


The purpose of this Standard is to encourage good practice in the provision of tailored, culturally-appropriate financial services to assist Communities to achieve their goals and aspirations. The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute contributed to the development of Standard 22 together with representatives from Indigenous Business Australia, National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples and Nyamba Buru Yawuru. Standard 22 Cultural Capability in Native Title Services is accessible via this link.

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