Community development

What works? A qualitative exploration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing programs that respond to family violence

This report presents findings from a research project that aimed to determine “what works” in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing programs across the nation that respond to family violenc

Family Wellbeing Program

Family Wellbeing Empowerment commenced in Adelaide in the 1990s, out of a concern for the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.

Aboriginal people with mental and cognitive disabilities in the criminal justice system

This project addresses the high over-representations of Indigenous persons with mental health and cognitive disabilities in Australian criminal justice systems.

Indigenous Futurity: Milpirri as Experimental Ceremony

This project aims to develop a long-term research partnership between Warlpiri Indigenous knowledge holders, anthropologists, and community arts industry partner Tracks Dance Company.

The case for a Torres Strait Islander driven, long-term research agenda for environment, health and wellbeing

This project aims to investigate how Torres Strait Islanders use context-specific local knowledge and research evidence to address environmental sustainability challenges.

Re-integrating Central Australian community cultural collections

This project has digitised 17,564 files of legacy images, audio and video (5.92TB) in the Central Land Council (CLC) region of the Northern Territory pertaining to Indigenous people, their cultural

Northland Secondary College: Koori kids' education

This project, initiated via the Aboriginal History Archive, used extensive community engagement to re-gather the Aboriginal & non-Aboriginal students, parents, staff and community artists &

The Foley Collection

The Foley Collection is a selection of digital works from a major historic archive collected over the past 45 years by Aborigi

What’s ya Story The making of a digital storytelling mobile app with Aboriginal young people

The project worked with Aboriginal young people aged between 15 and 26 years of age from the Korin Gamadji Institute (KGI). This is described in more detail later in this report.

Adult literacy and Aboriginal community well-being in western NSW

Adult literacy and Aboriginal community well-being in western NSW. This project aims to examine the effect of an adult literacy campaign on Aboriginal communities in New South Wales.