SRAs also reinforce negative stereotypes about Aboriginal people. By subjecting the government to the need to take steps to compel Aboriginal communities and families to act responsibly, they mask Aboriginal initiative and the success of taking responsibility for community issues. Instead, the government claims the loan. For example, when the Mulan SRA was made public, the government did not mention that the Community had already reduced trachoma rates from 80% to 16% as a result of its own initiative. She had been washing her face for 18 months. This detail was easily overlooked by federal Education, Science and Training Minister Brendan Nelson, who said that SRA funds must also be allocated to integrated institutions that challenge the correctness of the government`s requirement to sign agreements with “communities, families or clans.” [6] Glen W. Rectenwald focuses his practice on technology, outsourcing and business transactions. He regularly assists a wide range of clients in development, licensing and distribution contracts; Strategic alliances and joint ventures; Manufacturing and supply agreements; Complex outsourcing and strategic trade operations; and general trade issues. Glen`s experience also includes mergers and acquisitions, private equity, venture capital and corporate general affairs. Cloud service agreements typically use a “shared responsibility model” that is an assignment of responsibilities between the cloud provider and the customer. Problems arise when cloud service agreements are used for multiple business units and services without a clear understanding of the customer`s responsibilities for the data they move to the cloud, or when the customer does not understand that they have their own responsibilities to their data.

Responsibility-sharing agreements are based on the concept of mutual engagement. While the importance of “mutual engagement” may seem intuitive, it is not in practice, as Aden Ridgeway, the only indigenous member of the federal Parliament, pointed out in a Senate debate.2 Aboriginal leaders Pat Dodson and Noel Pearson3 describe mutual engagement as “a natural principle of human society” that Aboriginal people usually call “reciprocity.” According to Larissa Behrendt, professor of law and indigenous studies at the University of Technology Sydney, “the concept of reindicating Aboriginal people means that those who have resources share them with those who do not and those who receive this generosity have the same duty to take care of others and share them with them.” We believe that the Australian government`s new approach is reminiscent of paternalism and imposition, and that in the absence of respect and equality, it runs counter to the Aboriginal notion of reciprocity.

Shared Responsibility Agreements

  • April 12th, 2021
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