Aboriginal employment, native title and regionalism /
By: Finlayson, Julie | Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal conomic Policy ResearchSeries: Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic PolicyPublisher: Canberra, A.C.T. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University 1995Description: 22 pISBN: 073151761XSubject(s): Aboriginal Australians Employment | Native Title | Land Tenure Law Legislation | Aboriginal Australians Government Relations | Torres Strait Islanders | Rural Conditions | Disadvantaged Groups | Training | Education | Community Organisation | Australian National University. Centre For Aboriginal EconomicPolicy Research (CAEPR)Online Resources: Electronic copy
An earlier version of this paper was presented in the native title seminar series at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research.
This paper describes a commercial tourism venture in north Queensland which employs local Aboriginal people. The importance of the Tjapukai Dance Theatre is not simply its commercial success, or the fact that it operates without government subsidies, but that these result from a partnership between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples.
Aboriginal employment, native title and regionalism.pdf