Visible and invisible : aboriginal people in the economy of northern Australia
Discussions about economic development in northern Australia tend to ignore the role of Aboriginal people. When issues affecting Aboriginal people are raised in public debate, it is generally within a welfare policy context. There is little recognition that Aboriginal people are engaged in a wide range of commercial activities, and their economic contribution to many local and regional economies is systematically ignored. In this respect, Aborigines are ‘invisible people’. ¶ The economy of...[Show more]
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