This paper argues that weak links are being made between increasing opportunities for economic development (including private home ownership) and the need for Indigenous land tenure reform. The paper draws on a considerable body of background research and analysis, including Aboriginal and...
The public policy debate on land rights, the struggle of Indigenous peoples to have their pre-colonial possession of land recognised and interests in how land rights might be exercised to fulfil Indigenous peoples’ hopes for economic development and home ownership.
Those people who have...
According to the 2001 Census, approximately 61,463 people reside in caravan parks, an increase of about 6,263 people compared to the 1996 ABS Census. Three distinct sub-groups can be identified as using caravan parks. They include: many older people who have chosen caravan park living...
This project concerns one segment of the marginal housing market: the caravan sector. It aims to increase understanding of the extent to which low-income caravan park residents are at risk of homelessness.