05 December 2013 | As we move forward into the fourth decade of land rights in the Northern Territory, it is critical that governments focus on how to facilitate thriving and sustainable Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory and respond by devising effective policy and reforms based on the evidence.
13 November 2013 | This paper provides a brief overview of common property resources and explores how Aboriginal common property is being used by some Aboriginal groups to develop social enterprises that provide benefits to remote communities, the environment and wider Australia.
30 October 2013 | While no single management method is likely to reduce the feral camel density to a level where their impact is acceptable to all stakeholders, this paper explores the commercial use of feral camels as meat as possible methods for feral camel management.
11 October 2013 | This paper presents indices of Indigenous socioeconomic outcomes to support the work of Indigenous peoples and organisations in advocating for improved resources based on relative need, as well as of governments in targeting services where they will have the greatest impact on the Indigenous population.
03 October 2013 | This paper develops a case study of the municipal service delivery and Indigenous employment functions of the Centre for Appropriate Technology, across 49 West Kimberley Indigenous settlements.
14 August 2013 | This report explores the relationship between climate change and liveability in remote Australia, specifically three focal areas: Cape York (Queensland), Central Australia (Northern Territory) and the Kimberley (Western Australia).
01 July 2013 | This paper examines how gangs operate in the Northern Territory's Wadeye community and provides some insight into the perceptions of gang members on their relationships with community authority structures and family support mechanisms.
30 June 2013 | Trachoma is one of the major causes of preventable blindness globally, and occurs in remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia. This document makes recommendations for improving data collection, collation and reporting systems to work towards eliminating trachoma in Australia.
30 June 2013 | This report summarises and evaluates a program of preventive multi-micronutrient supplementation, peer-counselling and nutrition promotion that was piloted in six remote northern Australian Aboriginal communities.
05 June 2013 | This report found that Australia was on track to halve the gap in child death rates within 10 years. In education, more young Indigenous people were completing Year 12 and studying post school qualifications, but Indigenous children were not doing well in reading and numeracy.
12 July 2010 | This free online course consists of five self directed learning modules with a focus on allied health, however much of the content is generic to all health professionals working with Indigenous people.
Ted Wilkes, Chair, National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Committee, speaks about alcohol use in Indigenous Communities and the links between self esteem, substance abuse and incarceration.
The Australian Drug Foundation's conference Thinking Drinking 3 held in Brisbane in August 2009, looked at the role of alcohol in entertainment, violence and crime, the night-time economy, marketing, taxation, competition policy, alcogenic environments and more.
Bess Nungarrayi Price, a Walpiri woman from Yuendemu in the N.T. discusses the issues facing her community and explains why she thinks policies such as enforced income management are needed and welcome.
08 December 2011 | This program looks at number of projects aiming to improve access to communication - be it the use of telephones in East Timor or Internet access in the remote interior of Australia.
ACELG has reviewed the availability of community engagement toolkits, guides, manuals, templates and training courses available to local government, and assessed their suitability for Rural-Remote and Indigenous councils.