People On Country Annual Report 2012
The People On Country Annual Report 2012 is now available for free download. The Report details the activities and outcomes of the fifth and final year of the People on Country project, and includes the full, independent, end-of-project evaluation report by Dermot Smyth. [92 pages, 1.7 Meg]
Recent CAEPR Topical Issues
Recent publications in the CAEPR Topic Issues series include:
"The Power of Data in Aboriginal Hands" by Peter Yu (4/2012)
"Less is More: Reflections on the Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage Reports" by Boyd Hunter and Nikki Stephenson (1/2013)
"Indigenous employment: A story of continuing growth" by Matthew Gray, Boyd Hunter and Monica Howlett (2/2013)
"Policing the Frontier: Christmas in Borroloola" by Seán Kerins (3/2013).
Too much 'Dreaming': Evaluations of the Northern Territory National Emergency Response Intervention 2007-2012
"Too much 'Dreaming': Evaluations of the Northern Territory National Emergency Response Intervention 2007-2012" by Jon Altman and Susie Russell, Evidence Base 2012, Issue 3, is now available for free download.
Evaluating income management in the Northern Territory
Evaluating New Income Management in the Northern Territory: First Evaluation Report, by J Rob Bray, Matthew Gray, Kelly Hand, Bruce Bradbury, Christine Eastman and Ilan Katz is now available for download.
Jon Altman elected to Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Society of New Zealand
Staff and students at CAEPR congratulate Professor Jon Altman on his election to Honorary Fellow of the Academy of the Royal Society of New Zealand, announced at the Academy's 47th Fellows’ Annual General Meeting in Wellington on Wednesday 17 October 2012. The Academy is dedicated to promoting excellence in science, technology and the humanities. Honorary Fellowships are an honour conferred for distinction in research, or for the advancement in science, technology or the humanities, and are awarded to fellows from overseas institutions. They aim to encourage liaison between scientists from different nations and promote communication and networking.
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