Making Decisions

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Anangu have a right to be meaningfully involved in decisions that affect their lives. Key decisions should not be made without genuine input from Anangu.

The Paper Tracker monitors the way governments consult with Anangu and seek their input at critical points in time.

Posts

Update from APY General Manager

This week’s Paper Tracker radio interview is with the APY General Manager, Mr Richard King. Richard talks about the work that he and the APY Executive have been busy with over the past six months.... read on

Update from Nerida Saunders (DSD-AAR)

This week’s Paper Tracker interview is with the Executive Director of Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation within the Department for State Development, Nerida Saunders. Nerida provides updates on a range of issues including, the APY Regional... read on

Tauto Sansbury: Reflections on critical issues

This week’s interview is with Mr Tauto Sansbury, a Narungga Elder and winner of the 2015 NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award. Tauto shares his thoughts about the South Australian Royal Commission into Nuclear Energy and tells... read on

Program 195: Tauto Sansbury: Critical Issues

This week’s program includes an interview with Mr Tauto Sansbury, a Narungga Elder and winner of the 2015 NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award. He talks about the Indigenous Leaders’ Roundtable on Economic Development and Property Rights, compensation for the Stolen Generation, Constitutional Recognition and the South Australian Royal Commission into Nuclear Energy... read on

Program 191: TAFE SA’s 2015 Anangu Work Expo

This program includes an interview with David Leach, the Project Officer for the Anangu Work Expo which is being held in Umuwa on the APY Lands from Tuesday 18th August to Thursday 20th August. David explains why the Expo is being held and who it is aimed at... read on

David Leach on the Anangu Work Expo

This week’s interview is with David Leach, the Project Officer for the Anangu Work Expo. The Expo is being coordinated by TAFE SA and is being held at the Trade Training Centre in Umuwa on... read on

Community Consultations on Forrest Review

This week’s interview is with the Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement, Ms Khatija Thomas. The focus of this interview is on the Commissioner’s community consultations about the report of the Forrest Review of Indigenous Jobs and... read on

Program 190: Commissioner’s consultations on Forrest Review

This week’s program includes an interview with the Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement, Khatija Thomas. The focus is on the Commissioner’s community consultations about the Forrest Review of Indigenous Jobs and Training... read on

Audit of APY finances

A joint media release on Monday 13 July 2015, from the Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, and South Australian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, Kyam Maher, state that a forensic audit will... read on

Community Consultations on Forrest Review

In 2013, the Prime Minister asked Mr Andrew (or ‘Twiggy’) Forrest, Chairperson of Fortescue Metals, to lead a Review of Indigenous Training and Employment Programmes across Australia. Mr Forrest’s Review was finalised and he provided... read on

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