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Indigenous organisations and mining in the Pilbara

Indigenous organisations and mining in the Pilbara, Western Australia: lessons from a historical perspective Sarah Holcombe Summary This paper traces the development of the first private company set up by Aboriginal people in Western Australia. This company, Northern Development and Mining

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Indigenous organisations and mining in the Pilbara, Western Australia: Lessons from a historical perspective

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(PDF) Indigenous organisations and mining in the Pilbara

Indigenous organisations and mining in the Pilbara, Western Australia: lessons from a historical perspective Sarah Holcombe Summary This paper traces the development of the first private company set up by Aboriginal people in Western Australia. This

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Indigenous People and the Pilbara Mining Boom

Description. The largest escalation of mining activity in Australian history is currently underway in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Pilbara-based transnational resource companies recognise that major social and economic impacts on Indigenous communities in the region are to be expected and that sound relations with these communities and the pursuit of sustainable regional economies

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Indigenous people and the Pilbara mining boom: A baseline

Jan 04, 2012· The largest escalation of mining activity in Australian history is currently underway in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Pilbara-based transnational resource companies recognise that major social and economic impacts on Indigenous communities in the region are to be expected and that sound relations with these communities and the pursuit of sustainable regional economies involving

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Indigenous People and the Pilbara Mining Boom: A baseline

In developing the ARC linkage project Indigenous Community Organisations and Miners: Partnering Sustainable Regional Development between the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) at the Australian National University (ANU) and Rio Tinto, it was noted that the number of agreements between mining companies and Indigenous community or regional organisations had

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Sustainable Aboriginal livelihoods and the Pilbara mining

Sustainable Aboriginal livelihoods and the Pilbara mining boom. Author(s) Sarah Holcombe. Abstract. and potentially other Aboriginal organisations set up to manage agreement flows. So it seems that the Pilbara region at least, with its access to a mine economy, has a relative advantage in the support that Aboriginal native titleholders

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Indigenous people and the Pilbara mining boom

3.3. Dependency ratios for the Indigenous population of the Pilbara and Western Australia, 2001 32 3.4. Indig enous emplo yment b y industry sector and hour s worked: Pilbara SD, 2001 33 3.5. Indigenous Organisations in Pilbara SLAs, 2004 35 3.6. Rank order of top 20 industries of employment: Indigenous and non-Indigenous workers in the Pilbara

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Pilbara Indigenous Pilbara

The Aboriginal population of the Pilbara considerably predates, by 30–40,000 years, the European colonisation of the region. Archaeological evidence indicates that people were living in the Pilbara even during the harsh climatic conditions of the Last Glacial Maximum.The early history of the first peoples is held within an oral tradition

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FutureChallenges » Aboriginal Communities and Mining

However, the reality is that the majority of the 31 Indigenous groups in the Pilbara have not derived tangible benefits from the mining boom. Michael Woodley, Aboriginal Elder and CEO of the Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation, has commented that companies mining in Aboriginal communities have failed to fulfil their corporate social obligations to invest in meeting the basic needs of

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Indigenous People and the Pilbara Mining Boom: A baseline

In developing the ARC linkage project Indigenous Community Organisations and Miners: Partnering Sustainable Regional Development between the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) at the Australian National University (ANU) and Rio Tinto, it was noted that the number of agreements between mining companies and Indigenous community or regional organisations had

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Indigenous people and the Pilbara mining boom: A baseline

Jan 04, 2012· The largest escalation of mining activity in Australian history is currently underway in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Pilbara-based transnational resource companies recognise that major social and economic impacts on Indigenous communities in the region are to be expected and that sound relations with these communities and the pursuit of sustainable regional economies involving

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Rio Tinto: Miner apologizes for blowing up 46,000-year-old

Jun 01, 2020· Rio Tinto apologizes for blowing up 46,000-year-old sacred indigenous site in Australia's Pilbara region By Angus Watson and Ben Westcott,CNN

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Indigenous people and the Pilbara mining boom

3.3. Dependency ratios for the Indigenous population of the Pilbara and Western Australia, 2001 32 3.4. Indig enous emplo yment b y industry sector and hour s worked: Pilbara SD, 2001 33 3.5. Indigenous Organisations in Pilbara SLAs, 2004 35 3.6. Rank order of top 20 industries of employment: Indigenous and non-Indigenous workers in the Pilbara

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Sustainable Aboriginal livelihoods and the Pilbara mining

Sustainable Aboriginal livelihoods and the Pilbara mining boom. Author(s) Sarah Holcombe. Abstract. and potentially other Aboriginal organisations set up to manage agreement flows. So it seems that the Pilbara region at least, with its access to a mine economy, has a relative advantage in the support that Aboriginal native titleholders

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Open Research: Early Indigenous engagement with mining in

Holcombe, S. Description. This paper traces the development of the first private company set up by Aboriginal people in Western Australia. This company, Northern Development and Mining (Nodom), was formed in the late 1940s to enable Aboriginal members of the company to develop an economic base from mining and pastoralism in the Pilbara.

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FutureChallenges » Aboriginal Communities and Mining

However, the reality is that the majority of the 31 Indigenous groups in the Pilbara have not derived tangible benefits from the mining boom. Michael Woodley, Aboriginal Elder and CEO of the Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation, has commented that companies mining in Aboriginal communities have failed to fulfil their corporate social obligations to invest in meeting the basic needs of

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157 Indigenous Mining jobs in Pilbara WA Jora

View 157 Indigenous Mining jobs in Pilbara WA at Jora, create free email alerts and never miss another career opportunity again.

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Aboriginal organisations and mining

Aboriginal organisations and mining In a limited number of cases, a large proportion of the resources flowing to Aboriginal organisations come from agreements negotiated with resource developers. In such cases, that financial point of origin has implications for the way in which the four structural factors identified here bear upon those

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Pilbara Wikipedia

The Pilbara (/ ˈ p ɪ l b ər ə /) is a large, dry, thinly populated region in the north of Western Australia.It is known for its Aboriginal peoples; its ancient landscapes; the red earth; and its vast mineral deposits, in particular iron ore.It is also a global biodiversity hotspot for subterranean fauna.

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Timeline: Rio Tinto's sacred Indigenous caves blast

Dec 03, 2020· Mining giant Rio Tinto Ltd destroyed two ancient and sacred rock shelters in the Pilbara region of Western Australia as part of an iron ore mine expansion in late May.

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Peak Indigenous organisations form to protect cultural

Jun 26, 2020· Australia’s leading Indigenous organisations have established an alliance to protect cultural heritage sites, in the wake of Rio Tinto destroying

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Wintawari Guruma Aboriginal Corporation reveal mining

A Pilbara Indigenous group has raised concerns about what it claims is a power imbalance between it and Rio Tinto, revealing 700 heritage sites on its land have been destroyed or impacted by mining.

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Mining Firm Plans to Destroy Indigenous Australian Sites

Jun 11, 2020· In late May, it was revealed that another large mining company, Rio Tinto, had blasted two sacred Indigenous sites, dating to 46,000 years ago, in the Pilbara

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