Looking Ahead

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The Paper Tracker recognises the importance of fostering a serious and sustained conversation about the best way to secure a positive future for Anangu communities and the people who live in them.

Anangu need to lead that conversation in partnership with Government and other supporters.

Posts

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

Interview with Jonathan Nicholls

In this interview, which is Jonathan Nicholls’ last Paper Tracker radio show, he introduces listeners to Sue Tilley who is taking over from him at the Paper Tracker Project. Sue conducts the interview with Jonathan, who... read on

Labor promise to fund Anangu Council of Elders

In the run-up to the 2014 Election, the SA Labor Party has promised, if re-elected, to provide funding for the work of the Tjukurpa Law and Culture Council of Elders... read on

Interview with Ian Hunter (Labor Party)

In the run-up to the 2014 State Election, South Australia’s Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation (Ian Hunter) outlines the Labor Party’s position on seven issues of critical importance for Anangu voters... read on

Interview with Steven Marshall (Liberal Party)

As the State Election approaches, the Liberal Party’s Steven Marshall outlines his party’s position on seven issues of critical importance for Anangu communities... read on

Interview with Tammy Franks (The Greens)

In the run-up to the 2014 State Election, Tammy Franks from The Greens outlines her party’s positions on some issues of critical importance for Anangu voters... read on

Interview with Kelly Vincent (Dignity for Disability)

As the State Election approaches, Dignity for Disability’s Kelly Vincent outlines her party’s position on seven issues of critical importance for Anangu communities... read on

Interview with Rob Brokenshire (Family First)

In the run-up to the 2014 State Election, Family First’s Rob Brokenshire outlines his party’s positions on seven issues of critical importance for Anangu communities... read on

State Election 2014: key Anangu issues

As the next State Election draws near, understanding the policy platforms of the main political parties becomes increasingly important. To that end, we’ve lined up interviews with five politicians who have agreed to answer a set of questions on important Anangu issues ... read on

Interview with Peter Chislett

Peter Chislett is a consultant with a background in education and quality improvement. For the last six months, he has been developing a new model for schooling in Anangu communities for the South Australian Govermment... read on

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