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'A future for our children' : report on the visit to North Queensland Aboriginal communities, April-May 1987

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'A future for our children' : report on the visit to North Queensland Aboriginal communities, April-May 1987
Title
'A future for our children'
Title remainder
report on the visit to North Queensland Aboriginal communities, April-May 1987
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
QJO\beng
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Austin, Alan
Dewey number
305.8/9915
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
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  • Lilley, Neville
  • Baptist Social Justice Group (Vic.)
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Weipa (Qld.)
Label
'A future for our children' : report on the visit to North Queensland Aboriginal communities, April-May 1987
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • 'This report was prepared by Alan Austin on behalf of the delegation ...' -- Leaf 9
Bibliography note
Bibliography: leaf 71
Contents
Introduction : Victorian Baptist involvement with Weipa South; 1987 delegation; Aims and objectives; Communities visited; This report -- Summary of findings: Miracle at Weipa South; Self-management in North Queensland; Land rights; Outstations; Government control; Black deaths in custody; Alcohol; Corruption; Mercenaries; Continuing loss of culture; intrusion of European values; Tourism; Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress; Churches; Bicentennial celebrations; Aurukun & Mornington Island -- Weipa South in detail : Brief history of Weipa South; Weipa South today; Contacts; Map of Weipa region; Social transformation; Moves towards self-management; Corruption; Control; Comalco: influence, training, Aboriginal enterprises, the land, compensation, recommendations; Bicentennial projects; Racial tensions: Aborigines, islanders, Europeans, Niuginians; Churches; Mapoon; Future developments: space station -- Mornington Island : introduction; Recent developments; Control; Employment; Profiteering; Alcohol -- Aurukun : introduction; Control; Beer canteen; Corruption; Church; Traditional culture; Outstations -- Palm Island: introduction; Aboriginal culture; land rights; Self-management; Factions; Tourism; Social problems; Churches -- Other communities : Hughenden; Normanton; Kowanyama; Yarrabah -- Neville Lilley's report -- Concluding notes : Weipa South; Aborigines and the land; Comalco; Churches; Bicentenary; Fulfilment of aims; Responses to this report -- Recommendations: To the Baptist Social Justice Group; To the Federal Government; To the Queensland Government; To Comalco; To the churches operating in North Queensland; To the Baptist Union of Victoria
Control code
000026494756
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
72 leaves
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports.
System control number
(OCoLC)224275457
Label
'A future for our children' : report on the visit to North Queensland Aboriginal communities, April-May 1987
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • 'This report was prepared by Alan Austin on behalf of the delegation ...' -- Leaf 9
Bibliography note
Bibliography: leaf 71
Contents
Introduction : Victorian Baptist involvement with Weipa South; 1987 delegation; Aims and objectives; Communities visited; This report -- Summary of findings: Miracle at Weipa South; Self-management in North Queensland; Land rights; Outstations; Government control; Black deaths in custody; Alcohol; Corruption; Mercenaries; Continuing loss of culture; intrusion of European values; Tourism; Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress; Churches; Bicentennial celebrations; Aurukun & Mornington Island -- Weipa South in detail : Brief history of Weipa South; Weipa South today; Contacts; Map of Weipa region; Social transformation; Moves towards self-management; Corruption; Control; Comalco: influence, training, Aboriginal enterprises, the land, compensation, recommendations; Bicentennial projects; Racial tensions: Aborigines, islanders, Europeans, Niuginians; Churches; Mapoon; Future developments: space station -- Mornington Island : introduction; Recent developments; Control; Employment; Profiteering; Alcohol -- Aurukun : introduction; Control; Beer canteen; Corruption; Church; Traditional culture; Outstations -- Palm Island: introduction; Aboriginal culture; land rights; Self-management; Factions; Tourism; Social problems; Churches -- Other communities : Hughenden; Normanton; Kowanyama; Yarrabah -- Neville Lilley's report -- Concluding notes : Weipa South; Aborigines and the land; Comalco; Churches; Bicentenary; Fulfilment of aims; Responses to this report -- Recommendations: To the Baptist Social Justice Group; To the Federal Government; To the Queensland Government; To Comalco; To the churches operating in North Queensland; To the Baptist Union of Victoria
Control code
000026494756
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
72 leaves
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports.
System control number
(OCoLC)224275457

Library Locations

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