By J. Taylor
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6. 0 Source: Indigenous Area Profiles, ABS Cat. no. 0 Population projections To date, planning processes in Indigenous communities have all too often relied on dated demographic information. This creates a sense of uncertainty in assessing the adequacy of policy to address shortfalls in social and economic infrastructure. Such policy development is typically reactive to needs as they become evident (for example, in terms of post facto responses to housing shortages), as opposed to being proactive in seeking to anticipate and plan for expected requirements.
Suffice to say that such a variation underscores the fact that the numbers actually demanding and utilising services in the region may often exceed official estimates. Population distribution The nature and extent of Aboriginal participation in the regional economy can be greatly affected by the spatial distribution and residential structure of the population. 4) which shows that almost two-thirds of the Aboriginal population in the Northern East Kimberley (64%) is located in one of the three urban centres—an increase on the estimated 54% in 1981.
7). Part of this increase in both overall and Aboriginal numbers reflects the increased use of contracted labour from labour hire companies within the East Kimberley. At the end of 2003, a total of 101 on-site workers (including some trainees) were sourced from Kimberley Crane Hire, Kimberley Group Training, and Countryman Hire. All of these are hired locally, and one-third (34) were Aboriginal people. Presently, 61% of ADM employees at Argyle mine are fly-in/fly-out (FI/FO) workers and these are almost all non-Aboriginal.
Aboriginal Population Profiles for Development Planning in the Northern East Kimberley by J. Taylor