The Australian Employment Covenant: Is it taxpayers' money well spent?
30 October 2010 marked the second anniversary of the Australian Employment Covenant (AEC), launched by then-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and mining executive Andrew Forrest with the bold goal of creating 50,000 jobs for Indigenous Australians in two years. It is now timely to review the AEC’s progress, and to ask whether the taxpayer funds invested in the scheme have been money well spent.
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