Driver licensing programs in aborinal communities

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 22 Nov 2012
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Location
The George Institute for Global Health

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While obtaining a   learner driver licence is relatively straightforward for most Australians,   Aboriginal people in both urban and rural locations face a number of   barriers.

The George Institute,   Australia, invites you to hear about the development and implementation of   two programs aimed at addressing the barriers to obtaining a licence for   Aboriginal people.  The event will be chaired   by Nigel Robinson, from the NSW Roads and Maritime Services, and Professor   Rebecca Ivers, from The George Institute, Australia.

The agenda includes an   update from Karen Young, NT Department of Transport, who will outline the   DriveSafe NT Remote Trial Program.  Jake   Byrne, The George Institute, will also give an update on the AstraZeneca   Young Health Program currently being run in NSW.

RSVP by Monday 19   November 2012 to rstrath@georgeinstitute.org.au.  Find more information on the Event Flyer.