First Peoples economic participation
Aboriginal Australians economic participation
This report outlines the factors that limit the ability of Indigenous businesses and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander entrepreneurs to access the financial products and services they need across the business lifecycle, with the objective of contributing to the ongoing discourse around supporting Indigenous businesses.
This report outlines the activities of the South Australian Office for the Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement, and highlights the ongoing exclusion and inequalities experienced by Aboriginal people in South Australia.
This report measures the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It provides comprehensive data across a range of outcome areas, along with supporting material on the strengths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and the structural and systemic barriers that need to...
This Corporations Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (CATSI) Act Draft Review proposes changes to ensure the Act operates as a modern incorporation statute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations and their members.
This article looks at Prime Minister Morrison's recent plan to boost the number of Indigenous Australians in the top ranks of the Australian Public Service.
This strategy provides an important framework to increase Indigenous employment outcomes across the Commonwealth public sector.
This National Indigenous Reform Agreement has been established to frame the task of Closing the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. It sets out the objectives, outcomes, outputs, performance indicators and performance benchmarks agreed by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG).
The audit objective was to assess the effectiveness of the administration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation targets in intergovernmental funding agreements in achieving policy objectives.
This resource is a compilation of eight short papers that have been written during the rapid escalation of the Australian response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) is calling for significant investment in Victorian based Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations’ (ACCOs) infrastructure to meet the service needs of the Aboriginal population of Victoria.
First Nations Media Australia submission to the Inquiry into pathways and participation opportunities for Indigenous Australians in employment and business
This submission provides an overview of existing employment opportunities and career development pathways available within the dedicated First Nations media industry.
The Northern Australia Indigenous Development Accord is an intergovernmental agreement focused on progressing Indigenous economic development in northern Australia.
The final report of the independent, third-year evaluation of the Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP), completed by Deloitte Consulting, confirms the policy's success in increasing the rate of government purchasing from Indigenous businesses. The evaluation also identifies opportunities to improve the policy and its implementation.
A path forward: developing the Western Australian government’s Aboriginal empowerment strategy - discussion paper
The Western Australian Government is developing a strategy to guide how it works with Aboriginal people towards better social, economic, health and cultural outcomes. This discussion paper has been developed in collaboration with the WA Aboriginal Advisory Council and a range of Aboriginal organisations.
The Aboriginal Procurement Policy commenced on 1 July 2018 and mandates progressive targets for the award of contracts to Aboriginal businesses. The data contained within this report relates to contract award information extracted from Tenders WA (unless otherwise specified) for the period of 1 July...
The Australia Council's response to the National Indigenous Arts Awards (NIAA) discussion paper
The labour force participation of prime-age people is of particular economic and policy importance. This study advances previous research into the labour force participation of prime-age Indigenous people in several ways.
OCHRE commits the NSW government to ‘work with Aboriginal communities, policy practitioners and service providers to advance the dialogue in NSW about trauma and healing and to begin developing responses informed by evidence of good practice’. This special report to the NSW Parliament comprehensively details...
The Creative Barkly project worked closely with partners Barkly Regional Arts (BRA) and Regional Development Australia, Northern Territory (RDANT) to address a pressing need for evidence-based research that examines how this sector is currently functioning in very remote Australia and where its growth potential lies.