Population and diversity: Policy implications of emerging Indigenous demographic trends
There is a compelling need for fresh perspective on the policy implications of Indigenous demographic trends. Current frameworks for considering the structural situation of Indigenous peoples are increasingly focused on State and Territory jurisdictional levels. While this may ease access to data and help determine federal-state responsibilities, it provides little guidance regarding the spatial underpinnings of Indigenous disadvantage. It prevents a view of policy issues and dilemmas in terms...[Show more]
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