Act Parliamentary Agreement 2020

The Act Parliamentary Agreement 2020 is a significant document that sets the direction and priorities for the ACT Government over the next four years. The agreement outlines the key areas of focus for the government, including health, education, climate change, and housing, and commits to delivering measurable outcomes in each of these areas.

One of the key features of the agreement is its focus on social justice and equity. The government has committed to addressing inequality and disadvantage in the ACT, particularly for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disabilities, and those experiencing homelessness. This includes investing in social housing, increasing funding for mental health services, and improving access to education for disadvantaged children.

Another important aspect of the agreement is its focus on sustainability and the environment. The government has committed to taking action on climate change, including setting ambitious emissions reduction targets and investing in renewable energy. It also aims to improve the sustainability of the ACT’s transport system, with a focus on promoting active travel and public transport.

The agreement also includes commitments around health and education. The government has pledged to improve access to health services, particularly in areas with greater need, and to increase investment in early childhood education and care. It also aims to improve the quality of education in the ACT, including through investments in school infrastructure and teacher training.

Overall, the Act Parliamentary Agreement 2020 is an important document that outlines the priorities and commitments of the ACT Government over the next four years. Its focus on social justice, sustainability, and education and health make it an important step towards a more equitable and sustainable future for the ACT and its residents.

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