Remote communities

Article
16 December 2016

The abolition of Community Development Employment Projects has undermined economic renewal in remote Indigenous communities.

Report
21 November 2016

This project investigates how well tenancy management arrangements are working under the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Indigenous Housing (NPARIH), the appropriateness and effectiveness...

Report
21 November 2016

In September 2015, the Swinburne Institute for Social Research commenced a two-year research project on safety and wellbeing as it relates to communication technologies, in remote Aboriginal...

Report
15 September 2016

This report, by the Western Rivers Alliance, has found that up to 24,000 wells planned for an expanding unconventional gas industry in the region would place extremely high demand on the...

Report
13 September 2016

The Hon. Ian Callinan AC's review of the effectiveness of NSW's 1.30am lock outs, 3am cessation of liquor sales, 10pm take-away liquor laws and the annual liquor licence fee program.

Article
2 September 2016

When the WA government issued a draft of its first independent policy on Aboriginal development (Resilient Families, Strong Communities: A Roadmap for Regional and Remote Aboriginal...

Report
17 August 2016

This research project aims to assess current user practice around Indigenous community kiosks to consider what features contribute to a successful interaction, such as physical placement, digital...

Policy
31 July 2016

The roadmap contains 10 priority actions that the Western Australian Government is taking in partnership with Aboriginal people and others to strengthen families, improve living conditions,...

Working paper
26 July 2016

This working paper summarises a two-day workshop which aimed to map out a supportive environment for enterprising pathways and identify key practical steps for the growth of Indigenous Australians...

Article
8 July 2016

The lesson to be learned from Aurukun is around the impact of out-sourcing education to commercial interests, writes Misty Adoniou.