Alternative welfare : Aboriginal women work at the grassroots
The motivating force of traditional Aboriginal women's culture which inspires them to extraordinary efforts in the care of their children, is the focus of this description of a social movement entitled the Aborigines Progress Movement (APM). Although this movement took place during the period 1970-73, I believe it has currency owing to the social problems being experienced by Aboriginal communities in spite of massive government funding in the areas of education, employment and health. Rowse...[Show more]
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