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The Influence of Socially Embedded Myths on the Domestic Market for Aboriginal Tourism

  • Author: Jacobsen, Damien
  • Publisher: Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education
  • Published: 2007

The Influence of Socially Embedded Myths on the Domestic Market for Aboriginal Tourism

What makes vocational education and training outcomes effective in tropical savanna communities? With special eference to tourism and hospitality

  • Author: Guenther, J
  • Publisher: Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education
  • Published: 2005

This paper explores the meaning of effectiveness as it relates to vocational educationand training outcomes. The findings presented are based on research being conducted into theways that education and training…

Education and Indigenous tourism: An exploration of Southern Cross University initiative

  • Authors: Buultjens, Jeremy, Boyd, Bill
  • Publisher: Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education
  • Published: 2005

The potential for tourism to generate economic and cultural benefits for Indigenous people has been well recognized. However, the demand for Indigenous tourism product does not seem to be able…

Culture, economy and governance in Aboriginal Australia

  • Authors: Austin-Broos, Diane J., Macdonald, Gaynor M.
  • Publisher: Sydney University Press
  • Published: 2005

This timely collection of articles explores some of the most pressing issues confronting both Australia's Indigenous peoples and Australia as a nation. In the current period of economic strength, Indigenous…

Economic futures on Aboriginal land in remote and very remote Australia: hybrid economies and joint ventures

  • Author: Altman, John C
  • Publisher: University of Sydney Press
  • Published: 2005

Economic futures on Aboriginal land in remote and very remote Australia: hybrid economies and joint ventures

Engaging the marginalized: Partnerships between indigenous peoples, governments and civil society. Guidelines for engagement with indigenous peoples

  • Author: Human Rights Equal Opportunity Commission and United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
  • Published: 2005

On 15 August 2005, in Brisbane Australia, 160 delegates from the International Engaging Communities Conference participated in the UN-sponsored workshop, ‘Engaging the marginalized: Partnerships between indigenous peoples, governments and civil…

Using the Australian rural background study to inform rural and remote multidisciplinary health workforce planning research. Central to health: sustaining well-being in remote and rural Australia

  • Authors: Laven, GA, Laurence, COM, Wilkinson, D, Beilby, JJ
  • Published: 2005

Through this paper we hope to stress the importance and value of this kind of research and believe there are similarities between the data we have gathered on GPs and…

The CDEP scheme: a flexible and innovative employment and community development program for Indigenous Australians

  • Authors: Altman, Jon, Gray, Matthew
  • Publisher: University of Melbourne, Centre for Public Policy
  • Published: 2005

The Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) scheme is an unusual program for Indigenous people primarily underwritten by welfare entitlements. Currently there are 39,000 CDEP places and around 60,000 Indigenous people…

What tour guide stories can tell us about learning, education and training: A case study in the top end of the Northern Territory

  • Authors: Boyle, Alicia, Arnott, Allan
  • Publisher: Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education
  • Published: 2004

A recently completed project supported by the Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism investigated ways in which tour guides operating within Kakadu National Park have learnt to do their job.…

Proceedings of the National Indigenous Homelessness Forum

  • Author: Standing Committee on Indigenous Housing
  • Publisher: Standing Committee on Indigenous Housing
  • Published: 2003

Presentations : Day one: Cultural dimensions of homelessness / Kerry Reed-Gilbert -- Measuring Indigenous homelessness issues / Vivien Durkay, Leanne Stromen -- Understanding homelessness in rural and remote locations /…

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