In Anti-Poverty Week 2014 this short report by RDAFCW committee member Sandy Paton aims to provide a brief snapshot of the impact of this “hidden poverty” being experienced by many people in the RDAFCW area.
The Regional Development Australia Fitzroy and Central West (RDAFCW) ‘Regional Roadmap’ provides a snapshot of the region and offers a description of the economic and social diversity of Fitzroy and the Central West regions individually.
Vision – a shared vision to strengthen the perspective of regional Australia in government decision making, including bottom-up regional thinking as an integral part of government policy development processes, to create a sense of community ownership.
Regional Development Australian Fitzroy and Central West undertook a study to identify exactly what was produced in Central Queensland in relation to food and fibre and what happened to the produce after it left the “farm”.
A submission to the Committee to consider policies for developing the parts of Australia which lie north of the Tropic of Capricorn, spanning Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland.