Native title land is controlled by Aboriginal organisations which do not offer individuals land shares and/or property ownership rights. It has proven useless to Aboriginal people and has prevented them from achieving economic independence. These organisations encourage dependence upon social housing which is problematic because Australian social housing rules prevent tenants from gaining independence because rent is increased dramatically when tenants work. Thus the rules do not encourage enterprise and stifles home ownership. Unlike other countries, there is no share in equity for renters in our social housing system. Tom Calma, former ATSIC Social Justice Commissioner and Co-Chair of Ken Wyatt’s Voice said, ‘Native title is at the bottom of the hierarchy of Australian property rights.