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Fixing the hole in Australia's Heartland: How Government needs to work in remote Australia
Walker, BW and Porter, DJ and Marsh, I (2012) Fixing the hole in Australia's Heartland: How Government needs to work in remote Australia. Other. Desert Knowledge Australia, Alice Springs.
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Over the past 30 years, [Australia] has become the most urbanised continent in the world. Australia’s view of itself has shrunk to its coastal fringe. More than 85% of our population lives within 50km of the coastline and our system of democracy and national economy has progressively been altered to serve the coastal areas and the large mass of people in urban Australia. In numerous ways, this has been at the expense of how remote Australia and its people and communities are governed, leading to what is nothing less than a crisis in governance, and an urgent need for systemic change.
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|Date Deposited:||20 Sep 2012 03:42|
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