Continuity and change in the Community Development Employment Projects Scheme (CDEP)
The Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) scheme is an example of an Indigenous-specific program that combines community development and labour market program elements. This paper describes the nature of CDEP employment in 2008 and the extent to which it changed between 1994 and 2008. The paper also compares a selection of economic and social outcomes of CDEP participants with those of persons who were employed outside of CDEP, unemployed and not-in-the-labour-force (NILF) in 2008...[Show more]
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