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5. What support does CAEPR offer for Indigenous researchers and students?

Indigenous engagement is a high priority within CAEPR, reflected particularly in the collaborative research relationships of the People on Country project and the Youth and Learning project.

CAEPR's Visiting Indigenous Fellowship program provides an opportunity for Indigenous scholars to collaborate with researchers at CAEPR, in order for them to transfer their newly acquired or further developed research skills and research outcomes back to their base community or region for practical application.

Indigenous researchers are often invited to present their research plans and findings through the CAEPR seminar series.

As part of ANU, CAEPR maintains close links with Jabal Indigenous Higher Education Centre. ANU also offers a range of scholarships for Indigenous postgraduate students.

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