Content tagged with Socioeconomic conditions

Noel Pearson's Keynote Address at National Native Title Conference 2015

Noel Pearson I’m very pleased to be here with indigenous representatives from all over the country.  I bring you greetings from my Kuku...

Video - 20 Jul 2015

In pursuit of a regional, reciprocal responsibility, settlement for Cape York: what is the right package of reforms for Indigenous social, political, economic and cultural development?

Indigenous people want to take charge of our own affairs and lead our own development agendas. In Cape York, we are working towards a comprehensive...

Presentation - 7 May 2015

Indigenous health and wellbeing: The importance of country

A key aspect to improving Indigenous wellbeing is exploring the relationship between land and wellbeing. Evidence exists that suggests there are...

Publication or resource - 24 Feb 2015

Beyond sandy blight: five Aboriginal experiences as staff on the National Trachoma and Eye Health Program

Trachoma has been an enduring problem for Aboriginal Australians. Possibly the first mention of trachoma in Australia was made by the Englishman...

Publication or resource - 16 Feb 2015

Australian Aboriginal Studies: Issue 2, 2004

Abstracts for Issue 2, 2004 Return of the 'noble savage': misrepresenting the past, present and future M. J. Rowland The view that a ‘noble...

Publication or resource - 16 Feb 2015

Australian Aboriginal Studies: Issue 2, 2005

Abstracts for Issue 2, 2005 We got our own management’: local knowledge, government and development in Cape York Peninsula Benjamin Richard...

Publication or resource - 16 Feb 2015

Australian Aboriginal Studies: Issue 1, 2009

Abstracts for Issue 1, 2009 Social Engineering and Indigenous Settlement: Policy and demography in remote Australia John Taylor In recent...

Publication or resource - 15 Feb 2015

Australian Aboriginal Studies: Issue 1, 2011

Abstracts for Issue 1, 2011 Youth media as cultural practice: Remote Indigenous youth speaking out loud Inge Kral The rapid development of new...

Publication or resource - 15 Feb 2015

Australian Aboriginal Studies: Issue 1, 2012

Abstracts for Issue 1, 2012 Indigenous early school leavers: Failure, risk and high-stakes testing Jerry Schwab Indigenous early school...

Publication or resource - 15 Feb 2015

Australian Aboriginal Studies: Issue 1, 2014

Abstracts for Issue 1, 2014 Wal-Walang-al Ngardanginy: hunting the songs (of the Australian south-west)  Clint Bracknell, The University of...

Publication or resource - 15 Feb 2015

Arresting incarceration

Aboriginal Australians are nearly 18 times more likely than non-Aboriginal Australians to end up in prison. This is six times larger than the...

News - 6 Feb 2015

Genocide in Australia

Hephzibah Menuhin was a better musician than a sociologist. But a line in one of her books remains with me: that the test of a nation's civility and...

Publication or resource - 4 Feb 2015

Not fit for modern Australian society: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the new arrangements for the administration of Indigenous affairs

In the discussions about the Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA) negotiated with the Mulan community, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

Publication or resource - 4 Feb 2015

Arresting Incarceration - Pathways out of Indigenous imprisonment

Summary Rates of Indigenous imprisonment have soared despite sweeping reforms by the Keating government following the 1991 Royal Commission into...

Publication or resource - 27 Jan 2015

Arresting Incarceration - Pathways out of Indigenous imprisonment

Summary Rates of Indigenous imprisonment have soared despite sweeping reforms by the Keating government following the 1991 Royal Commission into...

Publication or resource - 27 Jan 2015

Arresting Incarceration - Pathways out of Indigenous imprisonment

Summary Rates of Indigenous imprisonment have soared despite sweeping reforms by the Keating government following the 1991 Royal Commission into...

Publication or resource - 27 Jan 2015

Aboriginal Suicide is Different: A portrait of life and self-destruction

Summary Aboriginal Suicide is Different is a study of youth who have, or feel they have, no purpose in life — or who may be seeking freedom...

Publication or resource - 19 Jan 2015

Arresting Incarceration - Pathways out of Indigenous imprisonment

Summary Rates of Indigenous imprisonment have soared despite sweeping reforms by the Keating government following the 1991 Royal Commission into...

Publication or resource - 3 Dec 2014