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    Caroline
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    UN Submission reveals Government failure on Indigenous employment

    Media Release
    Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation

    20 January 2005 – A submission to the UN Race Discrimination (CERD)* Committee by Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR) highlights an alarming decrease in Indigenous employment in Indigenous administration, particularly at a senior management level, in the Australian Public Service (APS).

    “The exodus of Indigenous people from Indigenous administration is a disastrous development at a time when the centrepiece of Government policy is the mainstreaming of Indigenous service delivery,” ANTaR National Director, David Cooper, said today.

    “The Government promised that its move to mainstreaming would be accompanied by an increase in Indigenous participation in the public service. New figures reveal very clearly that this is not happening.”

    Figures published by the National Indigenous Times included in ANTaR’s submission to the UN, reveal that the Howard Government’s new black bureaucracy is managed almost exclusively by white bureaucrats. There is only one senior Indigenous manager in the Office of Indigenous Policy Coordination (OIPC).

    Indigenous people are also leaving the APS at almost double the intake rate.

    “Our submission to the UN Committee contends that this represents a breach of the CERD Convention,” Mr Cooper said.

    “ANTaR’s submission catalogues other multiple breaches of the UN’s CERD Convention, including the moves to abolish ATSIC and with it Indigenous representation.”

    “This has been accompanied by a failure to address Indigenous disadvantage after 8 years of ‘practical reconciliation’. In many areas, such as health, the situation of Indigenous peoples has declined relative to other Australians.”

    “ANTaR’s submission to the UN’s CERD Committee points to a long list of areas in which the Howard Government has breached Australia’s obligations, including:

    ? the stalling of progress on national reconciliation;
    ? failure to implement the recommendations of key reports such as the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, the stolen generations Bringing Them Home report and the Final Report of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation.

    “As another Australia Day approaches, there is little to celebrate in the Howard Government’s record on Indigenous people, as the UN will soon consider,” Mr Cooper concluded.

    * UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

    #347378
    JMM
    Membre

    Hello Caro,

    La Réconciliation paraît quand même difficile à organiser, dans la pratique.

    Merci pour toutes ces précieuses infos !

    Cheers,

    Jmm

    #347379
    Caroline
    Participant

    LO, JMM!
    How are ya?
    Merci!!!!
    Je continue, alors?
    Je suis toujours en attente des réponses…
    Je crois que les amis ont pris un gros coup de soleil;-)
    Bizzzzzz

    #347380
    JMM
    Membre

    G’day Caro,

    ‘w r u ? (de plus en plus abstraît, tout cela, non ?)(‘ 😛 ‘)

    Of course que tu peux continuer les messages culturels !
    Je suis preneur à donf !

    Toujours un grand merci à toi,

    JMM

    #347381
    Caroline
    Participant

    LO, JMM!
    Cha va? Merci! I 8 SMS… Non, je rigole!
    Comment t’es ché-bran!!!
    Bon, alors, c’est reparti, la pêche aux articles!!!
    A très bientôt,
    Caro

    #347382
    JMM
    Membre

    Hi CaroLille !
    :roo

    Ok sur toute la ligne ! Merchi !
    Connais-tu ce lien ? http://www.austgov.fr/infos/bref2003.htm#5
    (! au © en fin de brochure, mais tu dois avoir l’habitude)

    Hasta,

    JMM

    #347383
    Caroline
    Participant

    Coucou, en fin re-coucou, plutôt!!!
    Merci! Non, je ne connaissais pas! Je connais le petit fascicule du même nom, qui est donné par l’Ambassade. Il est très synthétique, et y’a même des images et tout:-)
    Merci encore, et à bientôt!
    Caro

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