Wesley Aird

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Wesley Aird

Locality: South Brisbane Area, Australia
Summary: Specialist advisor in Indigenous affairs.
Current: advisor at QGC
Past: advisor at Australian Employment Covenant Director at Eastern Yugambeh Ltd Advisor at GRM International see less...
Industry: Non-Profit Organization Management
Experience: QGC (Oil & Energy industry): advisor,  (March 2010-Present) Currently working on indigenous community aspects of social performance
Australian Employment Covenant (Non-Profit Organization Management industry): advisor,  (August 2008-March 2010) 
Eastern Yugambeh Ltd (Non-Profit Organization Management industry): Director,  (2003-...

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Wesley Aird : Culture is no excuse for crime

The Bennelong Website aims to promote debate and analysis of the history of the interaction between the European settlers and the indigenous Aborigines in Australia; and of ...

Wesley Aird: Great Aboriginal con

The Bennelong Website aims to promote debate and analysis of the history of the interaction between the European settlers and the indigenous Aborigines in Australia; and ...

Agreements, Treaties and Negotiated Settlements Project

Wesley Aird : Category: People: Sub Category: Party to an Indigenous Land Use Agreement: Summary Information: Wesley Aird is a signatory to the Ariadne Area Agreement Indigenous ...

Reconciliation bypassed but no cause for regret - Opinion ...

Wesley Aird is a member of the Gold Coast Native Title Group and the Bennelong Society board. For its duration he was a member of the National Indigenous Council.

Curing the north's ugly ills - Opinion - theage.com.au

That's not too much to ask. Wesley Aird is a member of the National Indigenous Council, the Gold Coast Native Title Group and the Bennelong Society board.

Rhetoric shades tangible plans | The Australian

The Greens do not share this point of view. Wesley Aird is a member of the Gold Coast Native Title Group and a board member of the Bennelong Society.

The World Today - Indigenous violence getting worse, author finds

Wesley Aird says he doesn't believe just removing alcohol is the solution. WESLEY AIRD: It's difficult to expect a community to function well if you're imposing conditions ...

AM - Indigenous jobs safe despite mining downturn

Covenant team member Wesley Aird says FMG is totally separate. WESLEY AIRD: We launched the Covenant on the 30th of October at Kirribilli House, we're up around the 7,000 ...

CQUniNEWS - Visitor to discuss 'Oppression of Indigenous People ...

Australian Employment Covenant Coordinator Wesley Aird* plans to discuss 'Oppression of Indigenous People By Indigenous People' when he visits CQUniversity Rockhampton for a public ...

Talinguru Nyakunytjaku - has Australia been hoodwinked? - On ...

In December 2009, Wesley Aird, a member of the Gold Coast Native Title Group and board member of the Bennelong Society, wrote in The Australian that there was a culture of ...

Great Aboriginal con | The Australian

... is expounding a course of action; ask yourself who is the real beneficiary and whether what they are proposing will help build safe, vibrant and economic communities. Wesley Aird is ...

Wesley Aird: Ushered in, whisked out and promptly forgotten

The Bennelong Website aims to promote debate and analysis of the history of the interaction between the European settlers and the indigenous Aborigines in Australia; and of ...

Government's approach to indigenous affairs too slow - Opinion ...

Wesley Aird February 27, 2007 ... fixing it is essential to overcoming indigenous disadvantage. ... Last week's report refers to the complexity of indigenous disadvantage and ...

Long-awaited apology should be seen for what it is - National ...

In two weeks, the Federal Government risks disappointing most of the population, writes Wesley Aird. - Sydney Morning Herald Online

Gold Coast native title claim may take years. 08/01/2007. ABC News ...

Gold Coast native title group spokesman Wesley Aird says that deal took about 11 years to finalise. "We're still a fair way away from knowing where we stand and as we've seen with ...