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Economic enterprises in Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory

Economic enterprises in Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory

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Published by Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit in Darwin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Northern Territory,
  • Northern Territory.
    • Subjects:
    • Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Northern Territory -- Economic conditions.,
    • Business enterprises, Aboriginal Australian -- Australia -- Northern Territory.,
    • Minority business enterprises -- Australia -- Northern Territory.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-281).

      Statementby Linda Ellanna ... [et al.] with assistance from Ian White.
      SeriesMonograph / Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit, Monograph (Australian National University. North Australia Research Unit)
      ContributionsEllanna, Linda J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN667.N6 E26 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 285 p. :
      Number of Pages285
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1329055M
      ISBN 10073150478X
      LC Control Number92208975
      OCLC/WorldCa29389632

        Northern Territory of Australia The Mt Todd Agreement: Deed between the Northern Territory of Australia, Zapopan NL and the Jawoyn Association Aboriginal Corporation, Darwin. O'Faircheallaigh, C. a Mineral Development Agreements Negotiated by Aboriginal Communities in the s, Discussion Pa Centre for Aboriginal Economic. This book provides an overview and brief history of Indigenous education in the Northern Territory. Its specific focus is schooling in remote Indigenous communities. We hope it will provide readers,File Size: 4MB. Aboriginal peoples in Canada and Indigenous peoples around the world are becoming increasingly active in economic development activities. To find a place in the new global economy, competitive business venture creations are emerging at the regional, national, and international level. This Agreement represents long-term investment by the Commonwealth in the Northern Territory to improve schooling for Aboriginal children, to make remote Aboriginal communities safer and healthier, and increase access to interpreter services and job opportunities for adults, given the depth of need experienced across remote Northern Territory.

      ABORIGINAL PEAK ORGANISATIONS OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY STRONG ABORIGINAL GOVERNANCE REPORT MAY Contents 1. Acknowledgements 4 2. The Governance Summit 5 nations and communities to govern: to decide what you want for your future, * get economic development, local projects and businesses going that have a.


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[Linda J Ellanna;] -- Opportunities for Aboriginal controlled economic enterprise at Yuendumu and Barunga - Wugularr; detailed account of community resources, population. Search ANU web, staff & maps; Search current site contentCited by: 7.

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Utilizing Aboriginal Land in the Northern Territory for Economic and Human Development Don Fuller, Susan Bandias, and Darius Pfitzner especially in Northern Territory remote communities, is one of the major challenges facing Australia today (Briant ).

problem with Aboriginal economic development is the absence of a private market. A snapshot of the Northern Territory Over the past two decades the Aboriginal population in remote communities has grown by approximately 40%.

Remote Aboriginal communities are growing rapidly and simply do not have the same range, level and quality of public funded infrastructure and services that areFile Size: KB.

The Northern Territory Government established an Office or Aboriginal Affairs intasked with fostering economic development and job opportunities for Aboriginal communities. The Office of Aboriginal Affairs (OAA) guides and coordinates Aboriginal affairs through innovative policy development and supports Aboriginal Territorians to participate in the economy, while.

The Northern Territory (NT; formally the Northern Territory of Australia) is an Australian territory in the central and central northern regions of shares borders with Western Australia to the west (th meridian east), South Australia to the south (26th parallel south), and Queensland to the east (th meridian east).To the north, the territory looks out to the Timor Sea, the Capital city: Darwin.

Get this from a library. An Evaluation of store enterprises in Aboriginal communities. [E A Young; G J Crough; Christine Christophersen] -- These papers are revisions of two reports presented to the Arnhem Land Progressive Associations Board of Directors as part of a research project undertaken by NARU and ALPA on the operation of.

Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory’.3 This article considers the true impact of township leasing on economic activity in Aboriginal communities. Taking Wurrumiyanga as a case study, it tests the government’s claim that township leases bring about unprecedented change.

Pages in category "Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory" The following 57 pages are in this category, out of 57 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). The Northern Territory Government has awarded $million to projects that will drive economic development and support capacity building in remote communities across the Territory.

A total of 43 projects from Aboriginal enterprises, partnerships and not-for-profit organisations received funding under the Remote Aboriginal Development Fund (RADF).

Northern Territory population –(June ) Aboriginal people to (estimate) 2/3 of Territory Aboriginal people live in remote towns and homelands/outstations 4 regional centres 96 major & minor communities Over homelands The Territory has the. Economic enterprises in Aboriginal Communities in the Northern Territory enterprise in selected Aboriginal communi­ties in the Northern Territory.

For this the following terms of reference. Northern Territory Aboriginal communities / NT Department of Lands, Planning & Environment Northern Territory Aboriginal communities in alphabetic order Indigenous economic development in Northern Australia: opportunities and constraints / Don Fuller and L.

Background. On 21 Junethe former Federal Government announced an intervention in the Northern Territory (NT) in response to the declared crisis of child abuse in Northern Territory Aboriginal that time, the Rudd and then Gillard Governments have made a range of changes to the Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER), however some key measures remain in place.

The Australian Government has put considerable effort into the uptake of township leases in Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory, a reform introduced in It argues that the leases have the potential to transform the economic environment of Aboriginal : Leon Terrill.

This inquiry was established on 13 August to inquire into and report on economic development in Aboriginal communities. The committee held its first public hearing on 26 Februaryand the committee has held additional hearings and site visits throughout March, April and May on the Central Coast, Dubbo, Tamworth and the Far South Coast.

Remote communities. The Northern Territory Government coordinates essential services to 72 remote Indigenous communities. For a list of services in your community, visit the Bushtel website.

Homelands. Homelands are remote areas where small populations of Indigenous people live, on lands that they have traditional ownership or historical. An economic pathway which starts with education, leading to jobs and being able to participate in business and commerce is my idea of a real future for Indigenous Australians and importantly the means to participate in the mainstream economy.

— Ron Morony, General Manager Indigenous Business Australia [12] How Aboriginal people helped build. Country-based enterprises support growth and diversification of local Indigenous economies in the Northern Territory page 4 employment (ABS, ).

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[Extract] The introduction to the Northern Territory (NT) of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act led to great optimism in terms of how mining could contribute to Aboriginal economic development.

The prime example of this was an Australian Government commissioned report that was presented in October Written by Shann Turnbull, it was called the Economic Development of Cited by: 2.

Aboriginal Peak Organisations of the Northern Territory in delivering this education to Aboriginal communities. A targeted national awareness campaign should also be undertaken to better inform the broader Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory understand that the Australian Constitution Size: KB.

Exploitation of Aboriginal Culture for Economic Purposes: Table of Contents: Prologue - They say that behind every great fortune is a crime Chapter one - The Oppression of Aboriginal Culture for Economic Purposes Traditional Structures of Aboriginal Society The Impact of European Culture on the Lives of Indigenous Australians The Census shows that overcrowding increased in Northern Territory communities between and A massive sixty percent of Aboriginal adults lived in overcrowded conditions in the Northern Territory in The Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at the Australian National.

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Rural communities, where large Aboriginal populations lived, were in foment as a consequence of political, economic and major structural change, social fragmentation and unparalleled unemployment. The ensuing so-called riots, protests and law-and-order campaigns captured much of the tense relations that existed between Indigenous people, the.

Land Rights and Aboriginal Economic Development: Lessons from the Northern Territory he economic future of Aboriginal Australians in the Northern Territory (NT) will be significantly improved in the 21st century if strategic gains in land ownership made in the late 20th century can be converted into eco­ nomic development of diat land.

Aboriginal land rights in Australia are return of lands to Aboriginal Australians by the Commonwealth, state or territory governments of Australia based on recognition of dispossession. Different types of land rights laws exist in Australia, allowing for the renewed ownership of land to Aboriginals [Aboriginal Australians] under various conditions.

“Good governance and increased workforce are definitely related. We’re about an $ million organisation, providing clinical services to around 4, people. We employ about 80 Aboriginal people, from Aboriginal health practitioners to community workers, to administration, human resources, and healthy lifestyle programs.”.

Culture-based enterprise opportunities for indigenous people in the Northern Territory, Australia. Institutional arrangements and sustainable livelihoods: the experience of an indigenous community in Taiwan.

The role of elders in indigenous economic development: the case of Kaumatua on Maori enterprises of Aotearoa, New Zealand.

The known Although there are estimates of Indigenous health expenditure, little information is available regarding the total economic burden of Indigenous health inequality.

The new Indigenous health inequality is a substantial economic deadweight, costing the Northern Territory an estimated $ billion between and (43% from lost life-years, 35% from lost productivity, 22% from Cited by: 1. From passive consumers to entrepreneurs: building a political context for economic development in an Anishinabe community, QC Marie Pierre Bosquette Culture-based enterprise opportunities for indigenous people in the Northern Territory, Australia Stephen T.

Garnett, et al. Aboriginal Ceremonies from Northern Australia p>Aboriginal people in the traditional communities of the far north of the Northern Territory still maintain their ancient ceremonies and rituals.

These remain of crucial importance to their lives and involve the whole community. that directly benefits Northern Territory Aboriginal people, over a period of 10 years rather than the short termism that so often blights the sector. This commits, for example, sustained resources to Aboriginal Primary Health Care, the justice sector, housing and employment among others.

Unrest over the state of accommodation in Northern Territory Aboriginal town camps is spreading, with legal action underway and a call for a parliamentary inquiry from angry residents. evidence to suggest that the economic structure of Aboriginal communities is quite different from that of non-Aboriginal communities.

Altman (, p. 2), for example, notes that in some remote Aboriginal communities “ the market (or the private sector) is at best small, at. The 5 th National Indigenous Economic Development Forum will look at the opportunities available to continue and advance the growth of Indigenous entrepreneurship and the Indigenous business sector.

The forum will also examine strategies to increase the current employment rate. Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory. Northern Territory Aboriginal communities map Also Titled. Aboriginal communities map Northern Territory Aboriginal communities Creator. Northern Territory.

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