Aboriginal people in the economy of the Kimberley region
The Kimberley region of Western Australia has long been regarded by non-Aboriginal people as one of the last great wilderness areas of the world. Since the days of the earliest European exploration, the region has attracted pastoralists, miners, farmers and others interested in ‘developing the north’. Most of this development has ignored the rights and interests of the Aboriginal population of the region. ¶ Despite massive government expenditure, large scale and sustainable development in...[Show more]
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