“CHEAP DRUNK” Petrol Sniffing Can be Beaten. Oct 16
Down Load:https://www.whywarriors.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Cheap-Drunk-170428-Final.docx Note: The following is not intended to be an in-depth study of petrol sniffing or the anti–sniffing programs run across the region. Having been centrally involved in permanently stopping petrol sniffing at Ramingining in the early 1980’s I…
Getting Yolŋu Into Business
Economics of Remote Communities Part 7 – Appropriate Financial Aid
Economics of Remote Communities Part 6 – Recognising Pioneers and the Need for Flexibility
Economics of Remote Communities Part 5 – Building Indigenous economies from the ground up.
Economics of Remote Communities Part 4: Supporting Indigenous Motivation
Economics of Remote Communities Part 3 – Moving Beyond Dependency
Economics of Remote Aboriginal Communities Part 2 – Today’s Economy.
Economics of Remote Aboriginal Communities – Part 1 History
Understanding Indigenous “Poverty”- Making it History
In recent times the word "poverty" has been used broadly to refer to the situation in many remote Indigenous Communities in Australia. But for most people poverty conjures images of the poor from 3rd world slums. The Indigenous peoples of Australia face very different situations. I think it is worth stepping back and considering what Indigenous "poverty" has in common with the situation of the worlds poor. What can this tell us about how so called "Indigenous poverty" can be overcome.