Clearinghouse

stack of documents

Over the course of many years, a large number of important reports and articles have been written about Anangu communities.

On this page, you’ll find links to some of these reports and other key documents.

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Mai Wiru and Foodbank SA partnership

On 15 August 2014, the Australian Government announced a further $300,000 for the completion of the Mai Wiru and Foodbank SA business redevelopment project in the APY Lands. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said... read on

Andrew Forrest’s Review Report – Creating Parity

Andrew Forrest has recently released his review called, “Creating Parity”. This Forrest Review was commissioned by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. In his introduction to the report, Mr Forrest states that, “This... read on

Ernst and Young Report on Western Desert Dialysis

Ernst and Young’s report released in February 2014 – Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation: Service Delivery Model – advocates for the ‘hub and spoke’ model for the provision of dialysis services in remote Aboriginal communities... read on

Coordinator General Reports

Between 2009 and 2014, Australia’s Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services (Brian Gleeson) prepared nine reports on the development and delivery of government services and facilities in Amata, Mimili and 27 other remote Aboriginal communities... read on

Electricity usage in Anangu communities: two reports

Two reports on electricity usage in Anangu communities have just been released. Both reports were produced by the Centre for Appropriate Technology’s Bushlight program.... read on

Government responses to Mullighan Inquiry

In 2007, the South Australian Parliament established an inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands. This included setting up a process for monitoring government responses to the inquiry’s 46 recommendations... read on

APY Lands: Minutes of the 2013 Annual General Meeting

Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) held its 2013 Annual General Meeting in Umuwa in mid July. We’ve tracked down a copy of the minutes of that meeting and posted them online... read on

APY Lands Regional Partnership Agreement

Last week, the South Australian Government and the APY Executive Board signed a three-year Agreement designed to ‘address social and economic challenges’ on the APY Lands. The Australian Government – the third party to the Agreement – had endorsed the document a couple of weeks before... read on

Annual reports of APY Executive Board

For the last seven years, the APY Executive Board has had to prepare an annual report for South Australia’s Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. The same report must also be made available to Anangu at APY’s Annual General Meeting ... read on

Coordinator General’s seventh report

Last month, the Australian Government released the latest report from the Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services (Mr Brian Gleeson). Poor telecommunications in some Anangu communities is just one of the issues mentioned in the report... read on

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