Mining For Jobs

Treadgold, Tim
March 2010
Forbes Asia;Mar2010, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p50
The article presents information about Generation One, a multi-media effort, being launched to raise awareness of the high unemployment and poor health of Aborigines. The initiative will be managed by a group of Australian billionaires, led by Andrew Forrest. The mission of the ambitious philanthropic campaign is to boost job prospects for Aborigines and force the government to think about them.


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