Aboriginal Employment Women

Stock Photography By David C Hancock

Aboriginal women work in a variety of roles in their home communities and large centres. Many work as interpreters, managers and administrators for large organisations and government, while others prefer to work outdoors as rangers or in nurseries gathering and growing native plants that are often used for revegetation projects.

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1. Aboriginal Employment Women. Kakadu National Park owner and Aboriginal traditional owner, Beryl Smith, collects a cane toad at pristine Gunlom in the south of Kakadu.

2. Aboriginal Employment Women. NAILSMA Carbon Abatement Initiative scientific research and field training program, western Arnhem Land, July 2009. Aboriginal rangrs Cheryl Bush (white top) and Tanya Tiati work with scientist Geoff Cary of the ANU to measure burning on a hand-held computer

3. Aboriginal Employment Women. Gapuwiak community in north-east Arnhem Land, in Australia, with local Aboriginal people showing housing infrastructure, employment, education, health and police initiatives. Gapuwiak health clinic - Laura Butjala

4. Aboriginal Employment Women. Steve Sunk and a team from Charles Darwin University take simple cooking procedures to Nguiu on Bathurst Island to teach Tiwi women basic cooking skills. Kesara Scrymgour

5. Aboriginal Employment Women. Kakadu National Park ranger and Jawoyn Aboriginal traditional landowner, Beryl Smith, retrieves a cane toad from near Gimbat Creek in the southern section of Kakadu as fellow ranger Kathy Wilson looks on.

6. Aboriginal Employment Women. Yirrkala community in north-east Arnhem Land, in Australia, with local Aboriginal people showing housing infrastructure, employment, education, health and police initiatives. YBE employees - Melissa Holt and Jamie ? working in the nursery

7. Aboriginal Employment Women. Gapuwiak community in north-east Arnhem Land, in Australia, with local Aboriginal people showing housing infrastructure, employment, education, health and police initiatives. Gapuwiak health clinic - Laura Butjala

8. Aboriginal Employment Women. Steve Sunk and a team from Charles Darwin University take simple cooking procedures to Nguiu on Bathurst Island to teach Tiwi women basic cooking skills

9. Aboriginal Employment Women. Various employment roles within the NT department of Natural Resources Employment, The Arts and Sport (NRETAS) Megan Williams who works in administration at the Aradura Timor Research Instutute, in Darwin

10. Aboriginal Employment Women. Walkabout Chef Steve Sunk takes a cookery course to aboriginal people on the tiwi islands as part of the cook for the family program. indigenous training cookery using recipe cards

11. Aboriginal Employment Women. public housing at maningrida aboriginal community in arnhem land. indigenous health. nparih. Aboriginal ladies who are part of the andscaping crew, at the nursery in Maningrida.

12. Aboriginal Employment Women. public housing at maningrida aboriginal community in arnhem land. indigenous health. nparih. Aboriginal ladies who are part of the andscaping crew, at the nursery in Maningrida.

13. Aboriginal Employment Women. Various employment roles within the NT department of Natural Resources Employment, The Arts and Sport (NRETAS) IECS Window on the Wetlands looks across the Adelaide River floodplains and is a popular tourist attraction and interpretive centre - indigenous ranger Lynette Kenyon (younger lady)

14. Aboriginal Employment Women. public housing at maningrida aboriginal community in arnhem land. indigenous health. nparih. Bernadette Nethercott (Wardagga) of the Aboriginal Interpreter Service, discusses issues with other indigenous interpreters

15. Aboriginal Employment Women. public housing at maningrida aboriginal community in arnhem land. indigenous health. nparih. Aboriginal ladies who are part of the andscaping crew, at the nursery in Maningrida.

16. Aboriginal Employment Women. public housing at maningrida aboriginal community in arnhem land. indigenous health. nparih. Aboriginal ladies who are part of the andscaping crew, at the nursery in Maningrida.

17. Aboriginal Employment Women. YBE employees gather native seeds for revegetation of mine site.

18. Aboriginal Employment Women. Female aboriginal employee checks stock at mine site

19. Aboriginal Employment Women. public housing at maningrida aboriginal community in arnhem land. indigenous health. nparih. Aboriginal ladies who are part of the andscaping crew, at the nursery in Maningrida.

20. Aboriginal Employment Women. The Aboriginal community at Galiwinku in Arnhem Land where training, employment and education initiatives are being supported by government. Digi radio - Jermaine Campbell, Christine Motatj and Sabrina Nayarri

21. Aboriginal Employment Women. Efforts to revive and strengthen indigenous language in central australia ivolve linguists, missionary groups and traditional aboriginal women. Aboriginal Interpreter Service, outside Alice Springs courthouse. L to R: Jangala Martin (white beard), Della Pearce (dress), Janet Turner (maroon top), Vaughan (Ned) Jampijinpa Hargraves (jacket)

22. Aboriginal Employment Women. Aboriginal flight attendants, Tiwi Islands

23. Aboriginal Employment Women. The Aboriginal community at Galiwinku in Arnhem Land where training, employment and education initiatives are being supported by government. Digi radio - Jermaine Campbell, Christine Motatj and Sabrina Nayarri

24. Aboriginal Employment Women. Numbulwar aboriginal community on the Gulf of Carpentaria, NT. aboriginal community indigenous eduction health law and order housing. Numbulwar Health Centre - health worker Patricia Nundhirribala takes works on a computer with health records

25. Aboriginal Employment Women. 543636 Irrigation Officer Gayle Tambling and Environment Officer Glenn Cook spray weeds at ERA's Ranger Uranium Mine. employment bush mining aboriginal indigenous worker Photographer: David Hancock. Copyright: SkyScans.

26. Aboriginal Employment Women. Aboriginal girl works in administration

27. Aboriginal Employment Women. Bawinanga AC, Maningrida. Horticulture project -Nursery Manager Leila Nimbadja (Righte) & Derrelene Yeeindilli examine fruit in the Marinda (rotton cheesefruit) plantation.

28. Aboriginal Employment Women. Bawinanga AC, Maningrida. Horticulture project -Nursery Manager Leila Nimbadja (L) & Derrelen Yeeindilli examine fruit in the Marinda (rotton cheesefruit) plantation.

29. Aboriginal Employment Women. Gina Smith of Smith and Brown Outback Caterers, also known as Kunkas Can Cook, prepares food in their kitchen at Alice Springs.

30. Aboriginal Employment Women. Bawinanga AC, Maningrida. Horticulture project -Nursery Manager Leila Nimbadja examines fruit in the Marinda (rotton cheesefruit) plantation.

31. Aboriginal Employment Women. Beswick store - Kaffie Rickson arranges some of the stock in the store which is run and operated by Aboriginal people on behalf of the community.

32. Aboriginal Employment Women. Gina Smith (right) & Rayleen Brown of Smith and Brown Outback Catering, also known as Kunkas Can Cook, providing food on a film set near Alice Springs.

33. Aboriginal Employment Women. Walkabout Chefs - Aboriginal cookery students at Charles Darwin University, with Steve Sunk. training indigenous employment alimentation education.

34. Aboriginal Employment Women. Nyinkka Nyunyu Aboriginal Art and Cultural Centre, Tennant Creek, NT. tourism indigenous employment architecture - Denise Ricky works at reception.

35. Aboriginal Employment Women. Walkabout Chefs. Aboriginal cookery students at Charles Darwin University, with Steve Sunk. training employment indigenous education alimentation. Photographer: David Hancock. Copyright: SkyScans.

36. Aboriginal Employment Women. Walkabout Chefs - Aboriginal cookery students at Charles Darwin University, with Steve Sunk. training indigenous employment alimentation education.

37. Aboriginal Employment Women. Walkabout Chefs - Aboriginal cookery student at Charles Darwin University, indigenous employment training alimentation education.

38. Aboriginal Employment Women. Nyinkka Nyunyu Aboriginal Art and Cultural Centre, Tennant Creek, NT. tourism indigenous employment architecture - Phyllis Rickey works at reception.

39. Aboriginal Employment Women. aboriginal students bake bread at CDU kitchen

40. Aboriginal Employment Women. Walkabout Chefs. Aboriginal cookery students at Charles Darwin University, with Steve Sunk. training employment indigenous education alimentation. Photographer: David Hancock. Copyright: SkyScans.

 

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