In 1968 anthropologist Bill Stanner spoke of the Great Australian Silence in relation to the historical mistreatment of Indigenous peoples, a national myopia.
Glowing review of Indigenous protected areas leaves sector proud but perplexed- Emeritus Professor Jon Altman interviewed by The Guardian
RegNet Emeritus Professor Jon Altman has responded to a glowing review of Indigenous protected areas and ranger programs (IPA).
In this trending article in The Reporter, Honorary Professor Jon Altman looks at whether the healthy welfare card, a debit card where 80 per cent of the welfare payments of designated recipients is deposited, will help those on welfare at all.
Jon Altman on where indigenous funding is going in The Wire radio interview.
Emeritus Professor Jon Altman has been visiting the remote Aboriginal community of Maningrida for many years.
In February Jon Altman went to Maningrida to investigate the perspectives of the Kuninjku people about what constitutes ‘the good life’ – whether they have it in today’s precarious world, or not; w
In this article published in the Epoch Times, Jon Altman quoted on the state of indigenous policy in Australia today.’It’s worse now I think, than it has been at any time in the modern policy era g
In this opinion piece published in the Centralian Advocate, RegNet visitor Jon Altman argues “what is needed is some realistic assessment of what meaningful activity is available for indig
Jon Altman writes on the government’s proposed changes to Indigenous Work for the Dole programs in the most recent edition of the St Vincent de Paul Society’s The Record. He argues that the move i
Emeritus Professor Jon Altman argues in an opinion piece published in Crikey on March 11 that the Prime Minister’s recent comments on indigenous Australians living in communities demonstrate no con