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Employment opportunities are limited in remote Anangu communities.

The Paper Tracker monitors efforts to provide Anangu with real jobs.


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APY Lands: Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP)

For 30 years, Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) on the APY Lands were run by a number of local community-controlled organisations. Since 1 July 2007, CDEP has been delivered by a single organisation... read on

APY Lands: training and retaining Anangu interpreters

From 2006 onwards, the South Australian Government provided funding to help Anangu obtain training and accreditation as interpreters. In 2009, four students on the APY Lands obtained a Diploma of Interpreting (Aboriginal languages)... read on

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