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Jon Altman and Mike Dillon explore the role of government as risk manager for commercial development and resource management on Indigenous land, and outline the principles that must underpin any intervention program.
They propose a new investment scheme to assist development and natural resource...
This report argues that learning through Indigenous business is most effective where learning is tied to earning; the content is customised; it is carried out in parallel to real work; and is put into practice through employment in commercial business.
The introduction of Medical Benefits Scheme item numbers to reimburse health assessments (HAs) represented a major shift in support for access to health promotion and preventive care in primary care settings. HA items were introduced in 1999 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged...
Since the 1970s, Australia has been conducting a utopian socialist experiment with the lives of a generation of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders in remote Australia. Helen Hughes and Jenness Warin argue that the resulting deprivation and misery of remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
The poor state of Indigenous housing in remote areas is generally acknowledged as one of Australia's most intractable housing problems. The thesis examines why the remote Indigenous housing system does not meet the housing needs of Indigenous people in remote areas and discusses an alternative...
In April 2002, the Council of Australian Governments commissioned the Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision to produce a regular report against key indicators of Indigenous disadvantage. This report has an important long-term objective. It is to inform Australian governments about whether...
Produced by the Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision, this new report contains all indigenous data reported in the Report on Government Services 2005 .
Released May 2005
This report considers the implications of the federal government's proposed changes to funding arrangements for targeted assistance in Indigenous education, as contained in the Indigenous Education (Targeted Assistance) Amendment Bill 2004.