Careers, aspirations and the meaning of work in remote Australia: Torres Strait
<p>The Indigenous Policy Unit of the Department of Family and Community Services (DFaCS) has commissioned the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Research to carry out research aimed at determining how the aspirations of young indigenous people in remote regions match the Department’s income support programs for the unemployed. The project is to be carried out over five years and focus on locations in the Kimberley and Torres Strait. The principal methodology for the project will be surveys of...[Show more]
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