Debates the crucial issue of how Indigenous self-determination and the rights agenda, which argues for the unique and inherent rights of Indigenous Australians, sits with, or in opposition to, the mutual obligation theories of the Howard government's welfare reform.This quite specific legislative provision opened up a new line of criticism of the CDEP scheme, which manifested itself in complaints to the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) from CDEP scheme participants.
|Title||:||The Indigenous Welfare Economy and the CDEP Scheme|
|Author||:||Frances Morphy, W.G. Sanderson|
|Publisher||:||ANU E Press - 2004|