Posts for "accountability" tag


Khatija Thomas: Part 1 – Forrest Review

This interview is the first part of a longer discussion with the Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement, Ms Khatija Thomas.   Part One of the interview looks at the recent release of the Forrest Review of... read on

Andrea Mason: ‘Empowered Communities’ – Part 2

This is the second part of an interview recorded on 15 September 2014 with the Coordinator of the NPY Women’s Council, Ms Andrea Mason. In Part Two, we continue the conversation about the “Empowered Communities”... read on

Bernie Clarke on the Church and the APY Lands

This interview is with the Reverend Bernie Clarke, who for many years was a ‘malpa’ (helping friend) to Anangu and who was involved with the Uniting Church on the APY Lands. Revd Bernie Clarke is... read on

Andrea Mason – Part 1 of ‘Empowered Communities’

This is the first part of an interview the Paper Tracker recorded on 15 September 2014 with the Coordinator of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Women’s Council, Ms Andrea Mason. Having given an overview of the... 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

Nerida Saunders on Aboriginal Affairs

This week’s Paper Tracker radio interview is with Nerida Saunders, the Executive Director of the Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division within the South Australian Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC-AARD). Nerida talks about the... read on

Mike Last on Anangu Governance

In this interview, Mike talks about the development of an Anangu form of governance. He looks back on the time since Anangu won the freehold title to their lands and he reflects on the lessons... read on

Commissioner for Victims Rights

The Paper Tracker interview on 14 April 2014 with South Australia’s Commissioner for Victims Rights, Michael O’Connell, focused on the capability and will of agencies and organisations to ensure and protect the rights of victims,... 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

Program 125: Anangu Decision Making

In the 1970s, Anangu came together to make regional decisions. Mike Last reflects on those times and the establishment of the Pitjantjatjara Council’s first Executive Group ... read on

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