ATSIS

AcronymDefinition
ATSISAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services
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27) reported 69 ATSI at Newmont's Tanami mine, a decline in the workforce of around one quarter.
The RPA is designed to "share responsibility for achieving measurable and sustainable improvements for ATSI people, with a particular focus on employment and business development" (Newmont, 2008, p.
The population of Jabiru was 1 128 in 2011, 19 percent of whom were ATSI (ABS, 2012b).
There are also a series of agreements through which ERA supports ATSI well-being.
a) The Building Our Local Talent (BOLT) education and training strategy in partnership with the NT Department of Education and Training and West Arnhem College to progress ATSI youth to the workplace with $75 000 provided as college awards (ERA, 2012b, p.
However, employment and royalty through returns on land do provide an implicit indication of the likely impacts, if any, on local ATSI and development.
Fourthly, factor share analysis, together with the ongoing remote multiplier impact of mining expenditure, does not embrace numerous other positive attributes of mining in remote communities, such as human capital development on the part of ATSI workers through 'on-the-job' training.
Firstly, at present policy makers at Commonwealth and state levels focus largely on the income from land use through royalties, resource taxes and the like, as well as jobs (especially ATSI employment programs).
ATSIC had an administrative arm and then a relationship with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services (ATSIS).
Dr Obata and Dr McConvell organised and held a Dictionary Making Workshop at AIATSIS with the grant from ATSIS and DCITA.
Whether the forthcoming move of current administrative staff into ATSIS is practicable and will achieve this objective remains to be seen.
It is of the utmost importance that ATSIC (and, soon, ATSIS) have the capacity to provide high-quality support and advocacy.