Projects found: 13

National Guidelines for Indigenous Heritage Management

Client: Australian Cultural Development Office, Department of Communication and the Arts (AIATSIS, Australian Nature Conservation Agency, Australian Heritage Commission, ATSIC)

Location/s: Sydney (NSW), Darwin (NT), Brisbane (Qld), Canberra (ACT), Melbourne (VIC), Hobart (Tas), Perth (WA)

Development of National Guidelines for the Management of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Places. This project required preparation of guidelines compatible (where possible) with the Burra Charter, after extensive consultation with Indigenous communities and heritage professionals. The guidelines were recommended for adoption by Justice Elizabeth Evatt as part of her review of the federal…

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Mutitjulu Community Planning

Client: Mutitjulu Community Council, Northern Territory

Location/s: Mutitjulu (NT)

With Wynter Hill Consulting, prepared a Community Plan, a Housing Plan, an Education and Training plan and a Business and Enterprise Strategy for this Central Australian community at Uluru (Ayers Rock), where the first language is Pitjantjatjara. (Project funded by OLMA, PAN and ATSIC.)

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Indigenous Small Business Development

Client: Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business

Location/s: Derby, Broome (WA), Alice Springs (NT), Ceduna (SA), Cairns, Cape York, Torres Strait (Nth Qld)

Brokerage and facilitation project for DEWRSB Small Business Section to assist Indigenous organisations to prepare funding applications to the Indigenous Small Business Fund (ISBF). This project required national co-ordination, ability to liaise with Aboriginal community groups and strategic analysis of their business development needs. Key organisations in Derby, Broome, Alice Springs, Ceduna, Cairns, Cape York,…

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Evaluation of Job Network Services in remote communities

Location/s: Port Hedland, Wyndam, Kununarra, Derby, Mowanjum, Oombulgarri (WA) Amoonguna, Yuendumu, Alice Springs, Palmerston, Jabiru, Nhulunbuy (NT)

This project required the setting up, and conduct of qualitative interviews with job seekers and community leaders in five communities in the Kimberley, Pilbara and Broom areas and six communities in the Top End and Central Australia to evaluate Fee for Service and Flexible Servicing Arrangements. Recruitment was made via relevant local community organisations, interpreters…

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Review of Shared Responsibility Agreements

Client: Office of Indigenous Policy Co-ordination (OIPC), Department of Family and Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

Location/s: Darwin, Galiwinku, Palmerston (NT) Boggabilla, Tamworth, La Perouse (NSW)

Conducted reviews of six Shared Responsibility Agreements (SRAs) several of which were complex multi-signatory SRAs with three Top End (NT) communities, including a remote community and urban communities in Darwin and Palmerston and three communities in NSW, one in metropolitan Sydney.

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