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Little is known about demand for Indigenous labour and the relationship of Indigenous workers to their employers.
The number of Indigenous entrepreneurs (self-employed people) has increased by a factor of around three over the past two decades. However, little is known...
In Indigenous policy circles there is an increasingly desperate desire to lift the educational and employment outcomes of remote Indigenous students, relative to their non-Indigenous peers in the rest of Australia.
A lack of engagement with education and a scarcity of jobs underpin this...
This paper has a specific focus on lessons that the authors have learnt from working with Indigenous peoples engaged in cultural and natural resource management projects in northern Australia and New South Wales.
It is based on action research currently being undertaken under the...
It observes that progress towards greater autonomy has been slow and difficult and relates this to unresolved issues pertaining to three underlying analytic questions: from whom, for whom and for or over what is autonomy being sought? This paper by W.G. Sanders and W.S. Arthur...
Concerns have been expressed for some time by Indigenous community leaders, analysts, government agencies, and local service providers about the accuracy of census counts for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Queensland. Recent reclassification of these communities as Local Government Areas has heightened these...