By David Cousins
Aboriginals and the Mining Industry studies the participation of Aborigines in mining corporation employment. It examines the contribution of land rights laws to retaining Aboriginal pursuits, and it asks how a ways the expansion of mining in distant elements of Australia has aided the commercial improvement of Aboriginal teams dwelling there. distinctive case reports of mining initiatives are included.
In 1973, Peter Rogers concluded that 'Australia has no longer performed itself justice within the dealing with of contemporary as opposed to Aborigines conflict... the shortcoming of preparation... is a shame to govt, deepest firms and unions alike'.
What has occurred in view that then? Aboriginals and the mining industry studies 3 major questions - to what quantity have Aboriginals shared within the culmination of the mining growth? Have new land rights helped Aboriginals guard their pursuits as stricken by mining? And what has been the contribution of mining to the commercial improvement of remote...
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Local Aboriginals were then frequently employed on fishing vessels from Thursday Island, but conditions were so appalling that (after 1901) the missions discouraged this. Mapoon residents were primarily of mixed descent, and a mission operated there until 1963 when administration was transferred to the (now) Department of Aboriginal and Islander Affairs (DAIA). The Presbyterian Church considered that the site was inadequate, due to poor soil, lack of adequate water supply and difficult communications.
Bibliography. Includes Index. ISBN 0 86861 263 4. ). eISBN 978 1 74269 650 8 1. Mineral industries — Australia. . Aborigines, Australian — Economic conditions. I. P. (John Peter), 1937- . II. Title. 1 Alligator Rivers region Abbreviations ABTF Aboriginal Benefit Trust Fund AIAS Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies AJV Ashton Joint Venture AMAX AMAX Limited AMIC Australian Mining Industry Council ANPWS Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service APEA Australian Petroleum and Refinery Association Limited ASARCO American Smelting and Refinery Company Incorporated AWU Australian Workers’ Union BHP Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited CES Commonwealth Employment Service CMS (Anglican) Church Missionary Society COMALCO COMALCO Limited CRA Conzinc Riotinto of Australia Limited CRAE Conzinc Riotinto of Australia Exploration Proprietary Limited CRAFT Commonwealth Rebate for Apprentices of Full-Time Training CSR CSR Limited DAA Department of Aboriginal Affairs DAIA Department of Aboriginal and Islander Affairs DEIR Department of Employment and Industrial Relations ELDO European Launcher Development Organisation GA Gagudju Association GEAT Groote Eylandt Aboriginal Trust GEMCO Groote Eylandt Mining Company Proprietary Limited HAPA Hedland Aboriginal Progress Association Incorporated KASH Kalkadoon Aboriginal Sobriety House KLC Kimberley Land Council NABALCO North Australian Bauxite and Alumina Company Limited NLC Northern Land Council MIM Mount Isa Mines Limited MNM Mount Newman Mining Company Proprietary Limited PANCON Pancontinental Mining Limited PNG Papua New Guinea QML Queensland Mines Limited RAAF Royal Australian Air Force RUM Ranger Uranium Mines Proprietary Limited TAFE (College of) Technical and Further Education TSI Torres Strait Islander TWU Transport Workers’ Union WAS Weipa Aboriginal Society YBE Yirrkala Business Enterprises Proprietary Limited YES Youth Employment Scheme (Mount Isa Mines Limited) Acknowledgements The Department of Aboriginal Affairs (DAA) provided finance for the employment of Dr David Cousins as a research fellow in the Economics Department of the University of Melbourne during 1982, to work on this project.
P. 132 6 Senator The Hon. Peter Baume ‘Land Rights: Decade of Achievement’ Press Release, 31 October 1981 7 Department of Aboriginal Affairs Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1979, p. 1 Covering the late 1960s, a time of rapid growth, it concluded that the very few Aboriginals employed were mainly in unskilled jobs with relatively unfavourable conditions. 2 He highlighted as contributing to this position inadequate government, company and union policies.