Indigenous families and the welfare system: The Yuendumu community case study, Stage Two
In 1998, CAEPR commenced research for the Children and Welfare Project, as negotiated with the Indigenous Policy Unit (IPU) of the Department of Family and Community Services (DFACS). The project aims to provide a longitudinal study into the factors influencing the service delivery of social security income support payments to Indigenous families for the care of their children. The results of the first stage community surveys undertaken at Kuranda, Queensland, and Yuendumu, Northern Territory,...[Show more]
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