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The mobility status of Indigenous Australians

  • Authors: Taylor, J., Bell, M.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, Australian National University
  • Published: 1994

This paper provides, for the first time, comparative national parameters of Indigenous population mobility. Using a customised 54 region internal migration matrix from the 1991 Census, preliminary findings are presented…

The housing need of indigenous Australians, 1991

  • Author: Jones, R.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, Australia National University
  • Published: 1994

This monograph presents a rigorous quantitative assessment, against normative criteria, of the housing requirements of Indigenous people, and in doing so makes an important contribution to knowledge about the interrelationship…

Demographic estimates for the Aboriginal populations of three regions of Australia: Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia - 1986-1991

  • Authors: Luther, Norman Y, Gaminiratne, KHW, Gray, Alan
  • Publisher: Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University
  • Published: 1994

A consistent correction procedure is used to determine improved, consistent estimates by sex of census age distributions, intercensal births, and intercensal deaths and net immigration by age for the Aboriginal…

The rise and rise of the CDEP scheme: An Aboriginal 'workfare' program in times of persistent unemployment

  • Author: Sanders, W.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, The Australian National University
  • Published: 1993

This paper updates an earlier article explaining the development of the Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) scheme over the years since its inception in the mid 1970s. It does so…

Compensating indigenous Australian 'losers': a community-oriented approach from the Aboriginal social policy arena

  • Authors: Altman, J.C., Smith, D.E.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, Australian National University
  • Published: 1993

The extent to which social policy should foster economic adaptation and compensate the 'losers' from economic forces is of growing concern to policy makers in the 1990s. From an Aboriginal…

Educational and vocational training needs of the Aboriginal labour market in rural and remote areas of the Northern Territory

  • Author: Coles, Patricia
  • Publisher: Australian Dept. of Employment Education and Training, Evaluations and Investigations Programs
  • Published: 1993

complement the text. 'December 1993' report. Includes summary of findings, recommendations, list of

Aborigines, tourism and sustainable development

  • Authors: Altman, J.C., Finlayson, J.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, The Australian National University
  • Published: 1992

An issues paper on 'Aborigines and Tourism' was commissioned by the Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) Tourism Working Group on 3 June 1991. It followed a verbal presentation on Aboriginal issues…

Sharing the park: Anangu initiatives in Ayers Rock Tourism: a tourism impact study

  • Authors: Central Land Council, Pitjantjatjara Council, Mutitjulu Community
  • Publisher: Institute of Aboriginal Development
  • Published: 1991

Anangu perceptions of tourism in Uluru (Ayers Rock - Mount Olga) National Park; demographic, social and economic survey of the Mutitjulu community, 1985-1986; historical background - Anangu contact assimilation policy,…

The housing need of indigenous Australians, 1991

  • Author: Jones, R.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australia National University
  • Published: 1991

This monograph presents a rigorous quantitative assessment, against normative criteria, of the housing requirements of Indigenous people, and in doing so makes an important contribution to knowledge about the interrelationship…

Spatial mobility of working age Aborigines in settled and remote Australia: A preliminary analysis

  • Author: Taylor, J.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University
  • Published: 1991

Despite the potential for government employment policies to influence the rate and incidence of migration among the Aboriginal workforce, little is known about the extent to which such policy impacts…

Humpy, House and Tin Shed: Aboriginal Settlement History on the Darling River

  • Author: Memmott, P.
  • Publisher: Ian Buchan Fell Research Centre, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney
  • Published: 1991

This multidisciplinary longitudinal case study of Aboriginal housing and settlement in western New South Wales was carried out during 1986-1989. Anthropological and historical research has been used to study the…

Mobility for survival: a process analysis of Aboriginal population movement in Central Australia

  • Authors: Young, E., Doohan, K.
  • Publisher: ANU North Australia Research Unit
  • Published: 1989

This study arose from requests for assistance from Aboriginal groups based in Alice Springs, in particular, the Pitjanjatjara Council and the Arrente people. These and other groups were concerned with…

Land of Promises: Aborigines and Development in the East Kimberley

  • Authors: Coombs, H. C., McCann, H., Ross, H., Williams, N. M.
  • Publisher: Australian National University, Centre for Resource and Environment Studies
  • Published: 1989

Report of the East Kimberley Impact Assessment Project conducted between 1985 and 1988 in response

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