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Dean finds Security in his career

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ISS was one of six employers who participated in the GenerationOne Case Studies of Success, which overwhelmingly shows that establishing effective Indigenous Employment Programs is possible.

After running its Indigenous Employment Program for three years, ISS has had stunning success putting 247 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 16 February 2012 14:34

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Georgatos: My personal look at the Tent Embassy protests

gerry at_protestGerry Georgatos is our journalist, from Western Australia, and he was in Canberra with the rest of our team reporting on Aboriginal Tent Embassy. He attended every day of the Embassy and was one of the first people on site during the Lobby restaurant incident. His witness on the front line is invaluable. Gerry is a researcher in Australian Deaths in Custody and has been campaigning for new protocols that...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 February 2012 07:34

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