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|Title:||Poor Fellow My Country: Indigenous Policy – 50 Years Of Progress?|
|Publication location:||Darwin (N.T.)|
|Publisher:||Northern Territory Library|
|Notes:||The 27th Eric Johnston Lecture delivered at the Northern Territory Library on 14 November 2013.|
|Description / Abstract:||Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).|
Mr Beadman has spent more than five decades working for the Australian and Northern Territory Government. More recently, he was appointed as the Territory’s first Coordinator-General for Remote Services, a position he held for two years from May 2009.
|Physical Description:||20 leaves ; 30 cm.|
1 mp4 ; 67 mins.
|Series:||Occasional papers (Northern Territory Library); no. 65|
Eric Johnston Lecture ; no. 27
|Subject:||Eric Johnston Lecture|
Indigenous people -- Australia
Aboriginal Australians -- Government Policy
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|Appears in Collections:||Northern Territory Library Occasional Papers|
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