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The Australian National University

Indigenous Policy Research Matters: Considering Audience, Translation and Impact



14 & 15 November 2017

Drawing Room, University House, The Australian National University

This conference will bring together emerging research scholars addressing issues relevant to public policy. The event seeks to explore questions of impact and efficacy in research, and the ways in which insights may reach and inform diverse audiences of knowledge makers and knowledge users including policy actors, Indigenous communities, organisations and academia. Hosted by the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, this event is open to current and recently submitted HDR scholars across a range of disciplinary fields and perspectives who wish to share their research and reflect on the range of potential impacts in their work. All topics of relevance to Indigenous policy and research are welcome. An outcome of the conference will be an edited monograph.

The deadline for 250 word abstracts is 31 July.

Please note this is a call for papers only. Audience places for this conference are limited. If you are interested in attending only, please make contact with the Conference Convenor.

Conference Organising Committee: Talia Avrahamzon, Simone Georg, Katy Jones, Julie Lahn, Kaely Woods.

Contact (including abstract submission):

T 02 6125 3166

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