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Senator McCarthy talks about CDP

In this interview, we talk with Senator Malarndirri McCarthy, Senator for Northern Territory, Australian Labor Party. The focus is on the Community Development Program (CDP) and how it’s affecting people living in remote communities. There used to... read on

Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee’s Annual Report

On 19th October, the SA Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee tabled its Annual Report for 2015-2016 in Parliament. The Hansard transcript provides details of the discussions that were held when the report was tabled in Parliament.... read on

Mr Steven Marshall gives an update

This interview is with the Leader of the South Australia Liberal Party and Leader of the Opposition, Mr Steven Marshall. In July this year, Mr Marshall had indicated that he was planning a trip to the APY... read on

Tung Ngo on the Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee

This week’s program focuses on the work of the Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee, and its recent visit to the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. This Standing Committee was established by the South Australian Parliament... read on

Move to take Minister off parliamentary committee

Legislation recently introduced into State Parliament could improve the effectiveness of the Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee... read on

APY market gardens: messy answers, nothing planted

Last month, a senior public servant gave evidence to a Parliamentary Committee about the APY market gardens and efforts to connect them with similar school-based activities. Much of this evidence was wrong. The Paper Tracker believes the SA Government needs to talk straight about the failure of its APY market garden scheme, reflect on why it has not worked and refocus its efforts to address food security on the APY Lands... read on

Parliamentary Inquiry into language learning in Indigenous communities

On 8 July 2011, the House of Representative’s Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs launched an Inquiry into language learning in Indigenous communities. The Terms of Reference for the Inquiry indicated... read on

Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee, South Australian Parliament

The Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee was established in 2003 “with the aim of building stronger, more direct and more enduring relationships between Aboriginal communities and the South Australian Parliament”... read on

Second report of the Senate Select Committee on Regional and Remote Indigenous Communities

On 25 June 2009, the Select Committee on Regional and Remote Indigenous Communities tabled its second report in the Australian Senate. The report comments on a number of matters of critical importance to Anangu communities... read on

First report of the Senate Select Committee on Regional and Remote Indigenous Communities

The Select Committee on Regional and Remote Indigenous Communities was established in March 2008 to examine a number of broad policy areas including the impact of state and territory government policies on the wellbeing of regional and remote Indigenous communities... read on

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