Education and employment for young Aborigines
The position of young Aboriginal people in the labour market and the education system has been of great concern to policy-makers. The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, for example, drew attention to the importance of the lack of educational and employment opportunities while young in influencing the life chances of the people it reported on. Published information on this group is, however, limited. This paper aims to fill some of the gaps in knowledge concerning young...[Show more]
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