Compensating Indigenous Australian 'losers': A community-oriented approach from the Aboriginal social policy arena
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 policy perspective this concern is familiar. The recent endemic levels of unemployment experienced by the non-Aboriginal population have been a long-term experience for Indigenous Australians. The paper explores an approach from the Aboriginal affairs social policy arena - the Community Development Employment...[Show more]
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