This three-year ARC Linkage project has Rio Tinto and the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) as Industry Partners and a number of Indigenous representatives and community organisations as project collaborators. The project team has established a collaborative and complementary focus on development and sustainability, the role of Indigenous regional organisations, Indigenous community perspectives, and company perspectives especially relating to corporate social responsibility. Fieldwork in 2004 was undertaken in the Pilbara in Western Australia, the Gulf Region in Queensland, and Kakadu National Park and with three...
Theme: Development options for sustainable indigenous futures
Theme: Education, governance and capacity development
During 2007 the Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA), through the Australian Education Systems Officials Committee (AESOC), commissioned a review of research undertaken by CAEPR staff and CAEPR Research Associates over the period 1990-2007.
Specifically, AESOC requested that the review:
- scan the entire research output of CAEPR since its inception in 1991;
- assess the relevance of each research publication, research project and CAEPR seminar presentation to Indigenous education and training. In particular, this assessment was to be made in terms of MCEETYA's policy...
A Collaborative Action Research Project by the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research and Reconciliation Australia
The Indigenous Community Governance Project (ICGP) is supported under the Australian Research Council's Linkage funding scheme (Project No. 0348744). The project is also funded by the Northern Territory and West Australian governments, and the Australian Government through the Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (formerly the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs), each of whom also collaborate with the research.
The Project is a partnership between...