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The Resource Indigenous Australians at work : successful initiatives in Indigenous employment, House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs

Indigenous Australians at work : successful initiatives in Indigenous employment, House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs

Label
Indigenous Australians at work : successful initiatives in Indigenous employment
Title
Indigenous Australians at work
Title remainder
successful initiatives in Indigenous employment
Statement of responsibility
House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Reports on the outcome of an inquiry into the positive factors and examples amongst Indigenous communities and individuals which have improved employment oputcomes in the public and private sectors; recommends ways this can inform future policy development; assesses what significant factors have contributed to positive outcomes, including the contribution of practical reconciliation; report addresses welfare dependence; outlines workforce participation; stresses that many submissions argued for a holistic approach, therefore housing, pre-school education, school outcomes, school to work transition is also covered; fourteen recommendations cover construction maintenance programs (with reference to the successful operation of the Cairns and District Regional Housing Corporation); tender requirements; Indigenous employment by small businesses; micro-finance; funding for mentors; education; National Indigenous Cadet Scheme; work experience; public servants in regional and remote areas; private sector Indigenous employment
Additional physical form
Also available online. Available on 16/8/07 at the Parliamentary website at: http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/atsia/indigenousemployment/report/fullreport.pdf.
Cataloging source
NSL
Dewey number
331.699915
Government publication
federal national government publication
LC call number
HD 6304
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Australia
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Wakelin, Barry
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Indigenous Australians at work : successful initiatives in Indigenous employment, House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs
Link
http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/atsia/indigenousemployment/report/fullreport.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "June 2007"--Cover
  • Chair: Barry Wakelin
  • Submissions to inquiry available online at http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/atsia/indigenousemployment/subs.htm
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: Referral to the Committee; Conduct of the inquiry; Indigenous successes: definition of successful employment outcomes; definition of successful Indigenous organisations and enterprises -- Practical reconciliation -- Overview: socieconomic status; Welfare dependence; Workforce trends: workforce participation -- 2. The positives: Successful Indigenous employment programs; Private sector employment; Opportunities from the land: minerals industry: Rio Tinto Ltd; The Northern Land Council; Larrakia Development Corporation; Indigenous Land Corporation -- Examples of successful organisations, enterprises and programs; Public sector employment; Lessons for the future: Indigenous specific employment: Community Development Employment Program; Recruitment approaches; Career development and progression; Job retention -- Economic independence: : opportunities; affirmative action; Indigenous employment targets; regional economic opportunities -- Lessons for the future: good business; Entrepreneurship and sustainable business: small business opportunities: tourism potential, Indigenous arts and craft; business development; business mentoring; the nature of business; Access to capital; Microcredit; Education and business skills; Family or kinships; discrimination -- 4. Leading by example: self-determination of Indigenous people: role models: importance of sport; Mentors -- 5. Education and training -- 6. The impediments: Education -- 7. Role of government: practical reconciliation; more effective service delivery; whole-of-community, whole of government and whole of industry approach; the future; Private sector employment opportunities -- Minority report
Control code
000042099906
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xx, 279 p.
Isbn
9780642789587
Isbn Type
(Printed Version)
Label
Indigenous Australians at work : successful initiatives in Indigenous employment, House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs
Link
http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/atsia/indigenousemployment/report/fullreport.pdf
Publication
Note
  • "June 2007"--Cover
  • Chair: Barry Wakelin
  • Submissions to inquiry available online at http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/atsia/indigenousemployment/subs.htm
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: Referral to the Committee; Conduct of the inquiry; Indigenous successes: definition of successful employment outcomes; definition of successful Indigenous organisations and enterprises -- Practical reconciliation -- Overview: socieconomic status; Welfare dependence; Workforce trends: workforce participation -- 2. The positives: Successful Indigenous employment programs; Private sector employment; Opportunities from the land: minerals industry: Rio Tinto Ltd; The Northern Land Council; Larrakia Development Corporation; Indigenous Land Corporation -- Examples of successful organisations, enterprises and programs; Public sector employment; Lessons for the future: Indigenous specific employment: Community Development Employment Program; Recruitment approaches; Career development and progression; Job retention -- Economic independence: : opportunities; affirmative action; Indigenous employment targets; regional economic opportunities -- Lessons for the future: good business; Entrepreneurship and sustainable business: small business opportunities: tourism potential, Indigenous arts and craft; business development; business mentoring; the nature of business; Access to capital; Microcredit; Education and business skills; Family or kinships; discrimination -- 4. Leading by example: self-determination of Indigenous people: role models: importance of sport; Mentors -- 5. Education and training -- 6. The impediments: Education -- 7. Role of government: practical reconciliation; more effective service delivery; whole-of-community, whole of government and whole of industry approach; the future; Private sector employment opportunities -- Minority report
Control code
000042099906
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xx, 279 p.
Isbn
9780642789587
Isbn Type
(Printed Version)

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