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Marcia Langton

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Marcia Lynne Langton AM is one of Australia's leading Aboriginal scholars. She holds the Foundation Chair in Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne in the Faculty of Medicine.

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0000-0002-1398-7524

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Interview

Professor Marcia Langton
5 Jul 2017

The Dungala Kaiela ‘Defining Goulburn Murray’ Oration is an annual event co-hosted by the Kaiela Institute and the University of Melbourne. The Orations have rolling themes examining culture, climate change, economics and regional development, legal issues, health and society. The aim of the Oration is...

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Article

4 May 2017

The federal government’s Cashless Debit Card Trial , which began in selected communities in South Australia and Western Australia from March 2016, is a significant innovation in tackling the health and socioeconomic disadvantages in communities with high rates of social security dependency for long periods...

Research report

1 Nov 2013

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Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse Research Brief 16 provides an analysis of Alcohol Management Plans (AMPs); a relatively new instrument joining the extensive range of regulations relating to alcohol supply and consumption. AMPs vary in design and implementation across Australia, and include strategies designed...

Audio

11 Jun 2010

Indigenous academic Marcia Langton on who really benefits from the resources boom and what it means for those living in mining provinces -- including Indigenous people. Will a resources tax help distribute mining wealth more evenly across the nation?

Article

3 Jun 2010

Marcia Langton asks are there any policies to counter the growing disparities in income, living conditions and opportunity in the mining provinces.

Karratha and Roeburne are neighbouring settlements, one a port and mining dormitory town on the coast of the southern Pilbara region of...

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