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Local Decision Making Stage 2 Accords Negotiation: Barang Accord Negotiation Evaluation Report

Author/editor: Howard-Wagner, D & Harrington, M.

Paper no: 4

Year published: 2022

The report presents the findings of an evaluation of the Barang Regional Alliance Accord Negotiation. This evaluation was conducted by researchers from the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), and its findings are based on their independent assessment of the data collected. This...

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OCHRE Local Decision Making Stage 2 Accords Negotiation: Riverina Murray Regional Alliance Accord Negotiation Evaluation Report

Author/editor: O'Bryan, M & Thomas, A

Paper no: 3

Year published: 2022

This report focuses on Accord negotiations between the NSW Government and the Riverina Murray Regional Alliance (RMRA). It considers all aspects of developing the RMRA Accord, including the pre-negotiation phase, negotiations and signing of the Accord, also described as the Ngunggiyalali, and the...

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OCHRE Local Decision Making Stage 2 Accords Negotiation: Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly Accord II Negotiation Evaluation Report

Author/editor: O'Bryan, M, Markham, F & Harrington, M

Paper no: 2

Year published: 2022

This report presents the findings of an evaluation of the negotiation of the Murdi Paaki Local Decision Making Accord II (hereafter referred to as Accord II). The evaluation was conducted by researchers from the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), and its findings are based on...

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OCHRE Local Decision Making Stage 2 Accords Negotiation Evaluation: Synthesis Report

Author/editor: Howard-Wagner, D, O'Bryan, M & Harrington, M

Paper no: 1

Year published: 2022

The Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research was commissioned by Aboriginal Affairs NSW (AANSW) to evaluate Accord negotiations in three Local Decision Making (LDM) sites (represented by three Aboriginal Regional Alliances). Accord negotiation is part of the New South Wales (NSW) Government’s...

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Terry Ngamandarra Wilson, Gulach (detail), painting on bark, private collection © Terry Ngamandarra, licensed by Viscopy, 2016

Toward a Perpetual Funding Model for Native Title Prescribed Bodies Corporate

Author/editor: Woods, K, Markham, F, Smith, D, Taylor, J, Burbidge, B & Dinku, Y

Paper no: 7

Year published: 2021

When the Federal Court determines that a group of native title holders have rights and interests in a particular area of land or sea, the Native Title Act 1993 requires them to establish or nominate a legal entity which will hold and manage those rights. These Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBCs) are...

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Beyond Parity in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce Planning: Achieving Equity through Needs-Based and Strengths-Based Approaches

Author/editor: J. Lahn, S. Puszka, P. Lawton, Y. Dinku, N. Nichols and F. Markham

Paper no: 6

Year published: 2020

Abstract Meeting the healthcare needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people requires needs-based and strengths-based planning of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait health workforce. Substantial gains have been made over recent decades in growing the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

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Detail from Gulach 2006 by Terry Ngamandara Wilson

Linking Indigenous Communities with Regional Development: Australia Overview

Author/editor: K. Jordan, F. Markham and J.C. Altman

Paper no: 5

Year published: 2020

Abstract This report was Commissioned by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in 2018 for their project ‘Linking Indigenous communities with regional development’. Intended for international comparison with other OECD nations, it is written more-or-less to a thematic...

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