The CDEP scheme: A census-based analysis of the labour market status of participants in 1986
The Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) scheme was established in 1977 primarily as an income support and community development program for remote Aboriginal communities. Since the launch of the Aboriginal Employment Development Policy (AEDP) in 1987, it has expanded its objectives and is now also regarded as an employment program. Under the scheme, members of participating communities forego individual access to social security entitlements. Amounts broadly equivalent to these...[Show more]
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