Reluctant Representatives: Blackfella bureaucrats speak in Australia's north
"How can you make decisions about Aboriginal people when you can’t even talk to the people you’ve got here that are blackfellas? So ‘Sarah’, a senior Aboriginal public servant, imagines a conversation with the Northern Territory Public Service. Her question suggests tensions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who have accepted the long-standing invitation to join the ranks of the public service. Reluctant Representatives gives us a rare glimpse into the working world of the...[Show more]
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