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Inge Kral

Document: Topical Issue

 

The Community Development Programme (CDP) is a remote-area Work for the Dole scheme that principally affects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The program is billed by  the government as 'helping people find work, and allowing them to contribute to their communities and gain skills while looking for work.' But there is mounting evidence that CDP is creating significant hardship for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities, leading to increasing pressure for the scheme to be scrapped or radically overhauled.

Document: CAEPR Seminar

Learning Community Centres are an exciting community-based and community-shaped adult education initiative that have emerged in Central Australia over recent years. The Warlpiri Education and Training Trust, in partnership with Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, established Learning Community Centres in Lajamanu, Willowra, Nyirrpi and are developing a new Centre in Yuendumu — made possible through Warlpiri peoples’ decision to invest significant portions of royalties from the Granites gold mine in education and training.

Document: Staff Publication

Kral, I. ‘Ethnographic perspective on literacy’, Literacy Link, 23 (5): 6–8.

Document: Staff Publication

Kral, I. and Falk, I. What is all that learning for? Indigenous adult English literacy practices, training, community capacity and health, NCVER, Adelaide, 83pp.

Document: Staff Publication

Obata, K. and Kral, I. Ngaanyatjarra Picture Dictionary, IAD Press, Alice Springs.

Document: CAEPR Seminar

 

Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis is a Ngaatjatjarra educator, interpreter and linguist from the Ngaanyatjarra region of Western Australia. Over recent years she has collaborated with Inge Kral on a research project documenting Western Desert speech styles and changing modes of communication across the generations. In this seminar they will present data from their research and discuss the implications for young people’s evolving modes of communication and social interaction.

Elizabeth Marrkilyi Ellis with Inge Kral.

Document: Staff Publication

Kral, I. and Morphy, F. 'Language', in B.H. Hunter (ed.), Assessing The Evidence on Indigenous Socioeconomic Outcomes: A Focus on the 2002 NATSISS, CAEPR Research Monograph No. 26, ANU E Press, Canberra, pp. 279-89.

Document: Staff Publication

Kral, I. Warlpiri Education Training Trust Youth & Media Learning Strategy, Report prepared in collaboration with Warlpiri Education Training Trust, CLC Community Development Unit, Mt Theo Yuendumu Substance Misuse Aboriginal Corporation, Warlpiri Media and Central Australian Youth Link Up Service, July.

Document: Staff Publication

Kral, I.
Literacy and
Social Practice in the Remote Indigenous Context, Northern Territory Library, 45pp., September.

Document: Staff Publication

Brooks, D. and Kral, I. Report on the Ngaanyatjarra Lands Population Study 2007, Shire of Ngaanyatjarraku, Warburton, 52pp., September.