This essay outlines some of the developmental, technical and operational issues in the provision of employment and training programs within community housing projects in the communities of Toomelah and Boggabilla. It offers, in the form of a community case study model, practical examples and solutions and demonstrates that, when projects are grounded within the community in which they are operationalised, that they can have successful outcomes. It is also demonstrated that by involving Aboriginal peoples from the local area and developing a sense of ownership that projects can offer individual and community empowerment and lasting outcomes for the future.
A Case Study of Successful Project Management in Two Indigenous Communities
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Issue:Vol 2 No 1 (2009)
Pages:43 to 48
How to Cite
Jose, D. (2009). A Case Study of Successful Project Management in Two Indigenous Communities. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 2(1), 43-48. https://doi.org/10.5204/ijcis.v2i1.36