2 edition of Mobilising the indigenous potential of disadvantaged regions found in the catalog.
Mobilising the indigenous potential of disadvantaged regions
Robert, Jacques Dipl.-Ing.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||European regional planning study series ;, no. 40|
|LC Classifications||HC240 .R56 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||84177809|
Indigenous Education is a compilation of conceptual chapters and national case studies that includes empirical research based on a series of data collection methods. The book provides up-to-date scholarly research on global trends on three issues of paramount importance with indigenous education—language, culture, and identity. Australian Journal of Teacher Education 2, February Indigenous students have been represented in educational policy as a ‘disadvantaged’ minority. Indigenous students are located within a disadvantage model in educational policy through the .
The state of disadvantage in Indigenous communities presents a range of problems that exist outside of the NDIS’s scope and objectives. There are many Indigenous . English as a dominant language is used as the official language in many countries and regions such as Australia and New Zealand. However, in these countries and regions, indigenous languages are also widely used by local residents in their daily lives. As the article says, indigenous languages are at a disadvantage compared to English.
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Indigenous development is based on the socially produced forms of development potential grown from within localities and regions. Indigenous approaches are a means of nurturing home-grown assets and resources that may be more embedded, perhaps more committed and less willing to divest, and more capable of making enduring and sustainable contributions to local and regional : Andy Pike, Andrés Rodriguez-Pose, John Tomaney.
Mobilising the indigenous potential of disadvantaged regions. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jacques Robert, (Regional planner).
ROBERT, J. () Mobilising the Indigenous Potential of Disadvantaged Regions. Strasbourg. STEERS, D. and OSTROM, K. (Eds) () THE CRISES OF THE EUROPEAN by: 2. It is evident the most productive regions had a higher point evaluation of the production potential, whereas the other regions of Slovakia demonstrated higher point values of en- vironmental potential.
It can be concluded that the less productive soils can well provide ecological (non- productive) by: 3. '[A] really important book [ ] the growth of interest in teachers in England taking part in educational research is significant.' – John Furlong, Emeritus Professor of Education, Oxford University, UK.
Mobilising Teacher Researchers brings together the results of a research project carried out o. Mobilising Aboriginal community social and cultural capital to transform teacher professional learning evidence of transformative potential of mobilising CCW Education Disadvantage (SCRGSP Author: Catherine Burgess.
Another very useful literature source is the recently published book edited by two other researchers in the team, John Taylor and Martin Bell (a), “Population Mobility and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia and North America”. The most up-to-date literature overview on Indigenous.
Again, this was the only adviser type which varied according to the level of disadvantage of the matched non- Indigenous respondents. Note: N= legal problems where advice was sought (N= problems for matched Indigenous and N= problems for matched non-Indigenous respondents).File Size: KB.
As for the extent of Indigenous disadvantage within Australia, one respected report stated that they are the most disadvantaged group in Australian society; be it socially, economically or culturally (Commonwealth of Australia, ).
For more than two decades, Aboriginal disadvantage in its social, economic, physical and meta-physical cost. There were three areas where the indigenous population ranked in the th (most disadvantaged) percentile while the non-indigenous population ranked in the first (most advantaged percentile): Ramingining-Milingimbi and outstations; Great Sandy Desert; and Kaltukatjara and outstations.
All are in remote Australia, Author: Patricia Karvelas. The rich cultural practices, knowledge systems and cultural expressions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are a source of great strength, resilience and pride. Strong cultural identity is fundamental to Indigenous health and social and emotional Size: 1MB.
Actors and institutions in localities and regions across the world are seeking prosperity and well-being amidst tumultuous and disruptive shifts and transitions generated by: an increasingly globalised, knowledge-intensive capitalism; global financial instability, volatility and crisis; concerns about economic, social and ecological sustainability, climate change and resource shortages; new multi-actor Cited by: 6 Potential factors influencing Indigenous education participation and achievement Executive summary The main aim of Indigenous policy is to improve the level of wellbeing of the Indigenous population.
Borrowing from the capabilities literature, it can be argued that all Indigenous Australians should have.
and potential opportunities that would affirm its credibility as a source of knowledge. capable of continuing to endure the tests of time and to serve its community and.
humanity (in an increasingly globalised world). What is implied by AIK and Indigenous People. Indigenous children and adolescents are consistently at the most disadvantaged end of a marked gradient of ethnic-racial inequality in Brazil, independently of sex, age, and geopolitical region.
The genetic engineering of humans has great potential to help those destined to inherit serious, incurable diseases, according to one of Britain’s most prominent scientists, who says the risks Author: Ian Sample.
The population of indigenous groups in the region was small and, as a result, they were among the most vulnerable groups. He then described various efforts to assist indigenous peoples in the region. Indigenous Health – Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and the United States - Laying claim to a future that embraces health for us all.
Introduction Health for all - within and across countries. Improving the health of all peoples has been a. Mobilising decolonial approaches for community-engaged research for racial justice1 Christopher Sonn Institute of Health and Sport, Victoria University This article will describe some projects at Victoria University that have sought to enact community-engaged scholarship concerned specifically with matters of race, racism and racialised exclusion.
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indigenous culture and unequal relations of power between the two were established and have persisted to this day. The last statement is important as it underscores the point that, although western print technology had enormous potential to democratise literacy, the colonial dispensation did not significantlyFile Size: KB.My Country, Mine Country viii The research for this study occurred between andand entailed both documentary research and field work at all three locations.
I am indebted to the many people who gave generously of their time and information across the Pilbara, the southern Gulf of Carpentaria and the Kakadu region.
A total of File Size: 2MB.The federal government has for years failed to address the higher costs of operating First Nations schools, leaving some students at a disadvantage compared with their peers in the provincial.