Settler-state ambitions and bureaucratic ritual at the frontiers of the labour market: Indigenous Australians and remote employment services 2011–2017
This thesis explores how policy is enacted – in this case, the Australian Government’s labour market program for remote unemployed people, initially known as the Remote Jobs and Communities Program (RJCP) and then the Community Development Programme (CDP). It outlines the development and delivery of the program from 2011, when the then Labor Government identified the need for a specific remote employment program, placing the employment participation of remote...[Show more]
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