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This paper examines the changing policy rationales for income management in prescribed Indigenous communities.
The proposed welfare reforms currently before the Australian Parliament will fundamentally alter a citizenship rights-based approach to welfare, replacing it with one that is skewed towards a far higher level...
Were the Wild Rivers Bill passed into law we would see a fundamental change in the current workings of land rights and native title laws in Australia.
The Wild Rivers Bill advocates providing Aboriginal land owners with rights in commercially valuable resources on their...
This report is the outcome of a scoping exercise commissioned by the National Water Commission (NWC) to determine the water licences and allocations to Indigenous people for commercial use across all States and Territories (except the Australian Capital Territory) in Australia. This preliminary...
This briefing paper, prepared for the Australia 2020 Summit, examines trends and predictions for key Indigenous socioeconomic indicators using census data from 1971 to 2006, and projects current trends forward to 2041.