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Pathways, policies and prevention: better outcomes for western Australian children

Pathways, policies and prevention: better outcomes for western Australian children.

Public health approach to child abuse and neglect: antecedents, outcomes and international comparisons of trends

Child maltreatment is a significant public health issue. Findings will identify characteristics of at-risk children, families and communities; mental health and juvenile justice outcomes.

Women and leadership in a century of Australian democracy

This examination of Australian women leaders addresses the National Research Priority area, frontier technologies.

Yarning with our mob about human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination uptake.

This project aims to identify a range of modifiable factors that affect the participation of Indigenous adolescents in human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination school programs.

What Aboriginal cosmology means for women and gender public policy

This project saw the aspirations of a senior cultural elder Dr Kathy- Gotha Guthadjaka obtain prestigious awards gained through her dedication and commitment to her people living in remote homeland

Indigenous women and entrepreneurship in NSW

This research will provide an understanding of the experiences of Aboriginal women in Indigenous enterprises (private and social) in urban, regional and rural New South Wales and investigate the ec

Tracking three significant Songlines of Country

This project aims to track three significant Songlines and the intersecting and interconnected cultural relationships between northwest NSW Aboriginal language groups, and their neighbouring langua

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.

Exploring the impact on Aboriginal women of living with chronic disease

Aboriginal women are frequently called upon to support their families and other community members. At times, such supporting roles can be burdensome for these women.

An ethnographic study of the meaning of cancer to Aboriginal Women

The purpose of the study was to explore why Aboriginal women participate in cancer screening programs but appear reluctant to following-up results, or accept medical advice about treatment.