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Reviewing the Northern Territory Emergency Response [electronic resource] : Perspectives from six communities
Bib ID 4587994
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Central Land Council (Australia)
 
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Description Alice Springs : Central Land Council, 2008 
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PANDORA electronic collection

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Summary

Report about the case studies of the Central Australian communities of Titjikala, Papunya, Yuendumu, Ali Curung, Kintore and Hermannsburg, in regard to their perspectives and experiences of the Northern Territory Emergency Response; includes the research method used, the research findings and overall findings of the report, which was based on an evaluation survey of one hundred and forty one Aboriginal residents and fifty one semi-structured interviews with other community-based employees or agencies and Government Business Managers (GBM); the survey form was based around open-ended questions that focused on the key NTER measures: income management, store licensing, housing, 5 year leases, permits, alcohol, police and health checks; the survey also included questions on the NTER process, population mobility, child safety and overall perceptions of NTER and included a self-assessment scale.

Partial contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Executive summary
  • Introduction - Case study communities; Report structure
  • Research method - Survey design; Survey implementation; Open ended interviews; Quantitative NTER data; Limitations of the method
  • Research findings - Income management; Licensing of stores; Community Development Employment Program (CDEP); Police; Alcohol; Housing; Health checks; 5 year lease arrangement; Permits; Government Business Managers; Process
  • Overall findings - Context; Awareness and impact of measures; Undermining community initiative and good governance principles; Urban drift; Child safety and education; Conclusion
  • References
  • Appendix.
 
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Subjects Government Business Managers (GBM)  |  Northern Territory Emergency Response.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Communication.  |  Communities -- Case studies.  |  Communication -- Political aspects.  |  Intervention (Federal government) -- Northern Territory.  |  Surveys -- Methodology.  |  Research -- Evaluation.  |  License agreements -- Australia.  |  Research - Methodology and techniques.  |  Government policy - Emergency response - 2007 -  |  Child welfare.  |  Finance - Financial management.  |  Housing.  |  Health - Treatments.  |  Land rights - Access rights - Permit system.  |  Land rights - Excisions and leases - Government excisions.  |  Law enforcement - Police.  |  Substance use - Alcohol.  |  Employment - Programs - Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP)  |  Warlpiri people (C15) (NT SF52-04)  |  Kaytetye / Kaytej people (C13) (NT SF53-06)  |  Alyawarr / Alyawarre people (C14) (NT SF53-07)  |  Arrernte / Aranda people (C8) (NT SG53-02)  |  Luritja / Loritja people (C7.1) (NT SG52-04)  |  Pintupi people (C10) (NT SF52-11)  |  Pitjantjatjara people (C6) (NT SG52-11)  |  Anmatyerre / Anmatyerr people (C8.1) (NT SF53-09)  |  Land rights - Access rights - Permit system.  |  Pitjantjatjara people (C6) (NT SG52-11)  |  Warlpiri people (C15) (NT SF52-04)  |  Land rights - Excisions and leases - Government excisions.  |  Anmatyerre / Anmatyerr people (C8.1) (NT SF53-09)  |  Government policy - Emergency response - 2007 -  |  Kaytetye / Kaytej people (C13) (NT SF53-06)  |  Employment - Programs - Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP)  |  Government policy - Intervention - Emergency response - 2007-2012.  |  Health - Treatments.  |  Law enforcement - Police.  |  Child welfare.  |  Pintupi people (C10) (NT SF52-11)  |  Alyawarr / Alyawarre people (C14) (NT SF53-07)  |  Housing.  |  Finance - Financial management.  |  Luritja / Loritja people (C7.1) (NT SG52-04)  |  Research - Methodology and techniques.  |  Arrernte / Aranda people (C8) (NT SG53-02)  |  Substance use - Alcohol.  |  Northern Territory -- Discussion.  |  Northern Territory (NT)  |  Warrabri / Ali Curung / Alekerenge (Central NT SF53-02)  |  Ntaria / Hermannsburg (South Central NT SF53-13)  |  Walangkura / Kintore (South Central NT SF52-15)  |  Papunya (South Central NT SF52-16)  |  Titjikala / Maryvale (South Central NT SG53-02)  |  Yuendumu (South Central NT SF52-12)  |  Papunya (South Central NT SF52-16)  |  Warrabri / Ali Curung / Alekerenge (Central NT SF53-02)  |  Ntaria / Hermannsburg (South Central NT SF53-13)  |  Yuendumu (South Central NT SF52-12)  |  Walangkura / Kintore (South Central NT SF52-15)  |  Northern Territory (NT)  |  Titjikala / Maryvale (South Central NT SG53-02)

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