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The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 13

Children and young people who have been sexually abused need appropriate counselling and therapeutic services. Across the APY Lands, the provision of those services has been patchy at best... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 12

Last week, the South Australian Government released its first formal response to the recommendations of the Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 11

The first recommendation of the Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands urged the State Government to promptly implement changes to community governance to ensure child sexual abuse is reported and dealt with... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 10

Earlier this month, the report of the Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands was tabled in the South Australian Parliament. The report contains 46 recommendations aimed at creating a better and safer environment for children living on the Lands... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 9

In early 2007, the South Australian Government commissioned a business plan for the development of a commercial bush food enterprise at Amata. A year after it was due to be completed, the plan has not been publicly released... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 8

In 2004, the South Australian Government promised to review the Aboriginal Lands Trust Act. More than three years later, government inaction has left Umoona, Yalata and other Trust communities in a perilous situation... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 7

In 2004, the State Government allocated $23 million over 5 years for 26 priority projects on the APY Lands. This funding ends in June 2009. An early announcement of future funding commitments is vital if successful projects are going to maintain their momentum and retain core staff... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 6

As well as tracking a handful of new commitments and providing updates on some ongoing matters, this issue introduces two new features that we hope you’ll find useful... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 5

Over the last six months, the Federal Government has made significant changes to the Community Development Employment Projects program (CDEP). In parts of Australia, CDEP was abolished, in other areas there have been major reforms... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 4

For more than 20 years, some of the activities conducted at Mintabie have had a terrible impact on Anangu. As negotiations over its future draw to a close, everyone is eager to see things change for the better... read on

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