Local Matters, Locals Matter

This document summarises the learnings and underlying philosophy that informed a partnership project in the remote far north west of South Australia.

Although focused on the challenge of building strong local employment in remote communities, this document can be used to inform anyone who is considering working in remote communities in order to make a good start and prioritise ethical engagement and community benefit in the work they are planning to undertake.

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