Aboriginal community representative organisations

intermediate cultural processes in the Kimberley Region, western Australia
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East Kimberley Project , Canberra City
Australian aborigines -- Australia -- Kimberley (W.A. : Division) -- Social conditions., Community organization -- Australia -- Kimberley (W.A. : Divis
StatementPatrick Sullivan.
SeriesEast Kimberley working paper -- no. 22
ContributionsAustralian National University. Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies.
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LC ClassificationsDU374 .S85 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination61, 3 p. --
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Open LibraryOL14938606M
ISBN 10086740325X

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Aboriginal community representative organisations: intermediate cultural processes in the Kimberley Region Western Australia. [Patrick O'Sullivan; Australian National University. Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies.; University of Western Australia.

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Local Aboriginal community-controlled organisations (or Aboriginal Medical Services) can also be contacted to ask about local protocols and how to follow them. It is important to engage key people in communities such as Elders and community leaders in the early stages, and respect their advice throughout the process.

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Developing close links with ACCOs enables councils to improve access by Aboriginal people to services.

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The City of Melbourne collaborates with its Indigenous community to develop its strategies, agreements and protocols that celebrate, support and expand Indigenous culture. Whilst Aboriginal community organisations provide invaluable support to meet these growing demands, to further enhance, develop, innovate and drive continued sustainability a collaborative effort under the Empowered Communities initiative is crucial.

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