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New Report Explores Indigenous Conflict Resolution Mechanisms in Australia
In September the Indigenous Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management Case Study Project released the report Solid work you mob are doing: Case studies in Indigenous Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management in Australia. The report presents recommendations for improving conflict management work in the Indigenous context drawn from three in-depth case studies and several smaller snap shot studies.
According to the Executive Summary:
...The findings of the Project have relevance to all who do business with Indigenous communities. This includes those working in a broad range of areas including health,housing, education; natural resource management; native title; social and emotional wellbeing; Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER) initiatives; income support; taxation; child support; employment; consumer advocacy; business development; Indigenous governance; corporate social responsibility; agreement-making; microfinance; family relationships and community cohesion; youth and children’s services; social and emotional wellbeing; welfare reforms; criminal and restorative justice; cultural heritage protection and repatriation of cultural materials; and reconciliation.