Looking Upstream for Solutions for Aboriginal People

This article is an extended version of an article previously published in The Australian. There are as many programs, strategies, and policies designed to help Aboriginal people as there are organisations devoted to helping them. This is good, as there is no one single magic bullet that exists that will fix every problem. Some of these sources of help are beneficial, while others are less so, in fact they can be very harmful. Ultimately, attempts to help Aboriginal people should converge on education, jobs, and location. That is, the people need to live in locations where they have the same educational and job opportunities as other Australians. In the case of remote communities, this could

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