Indigenous leaders: lawful relations from encounter to treaty

This project aims to draw together history, law and the creative arts to recover, make visible and make accessible the continuous traditions of Indigenous people’s leadership in conducting lawful r

Indigenous young people's resilience and wellbeing

While some Indigenous youth in situations of adversity can experience the impact of negative behaviours and health outcomes; others do not.

Recognition after Uluru: what next for First Nations?

This project aims to examine the extent to which Australia’s system of government appropriately serves and represents the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders’ participation in political parties

While the number of elected Indigenous representatives has increased over the past two decades, we know little about their pathways to candidature, which parties they stand for, the winnability of

A study of how Aboriginal women fare in liberal democracies

This study of how Aboriginal women fare in liberal democracies will contribute to a better understanding of the challenges faced by Aboriginal women in Australia.

Yarrabah Counts – Policy, planning, population, measures & monitoring.

Community development is an approach commonly used amongst Aboriginal communities in Australia to identify priorities for advancement (Snijder et al. 2015).

Still Here: Sovereignty and the Queensland Aboriginal community controlled sector

This project explores how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have exercised control through community sector organisations.

Local decision-making: Priority setting in the Alice Springs town camps

We have developed a Wellness Framework for Aboriginal people residing in Alice Springs Town Camps and have utilised this framework to develop a robust survey tool to measure the wellness of Town Ca

Mapping Boodjar: Walyalup Fremantle Cross-Cultural Mapping

Cartographic representations of the Western Australian landscape are a powerful visual manifestation of the author’s perspective and spatial understanding of place.

AWRAE: Aboriginal Women’s Research Assistant & Evaluation Training Project

Currently, young women in remote Australia face limited on-country employment opportunities.