CAEPR develops and updates its triennial research program through an annual planning process. This theoretically and empirically informed scholarship is underpinned by rigorous, evidence-based methodology. The Centre's research is both socially informed and relevant to Indigenous people and to Australian society in general.
CAEPR does not hold to any corporate view, and all CAEPR research is independent scholarship. A substantial proportion of CAEPR's research is based on fieldwork in Indigenous communities conducted in partnership with Indigenous organisations.
To learn of Centre's current research in more detail, see
and the description of our key research areas.
Previous Research Plans
Previous research plans are archived below:
- Research Plan 2011-2013 [636 KB]
- Research Plan 2010-2012 [2.2 MB]
- Research Plan 2009-2011 [1.3 MB]
- Research Plan 2008-2010 [1.3 MB]
- Research Plan 2007-2009 [57 KB]
- Research Plan 2006-2008 [121 KB]
- Research Plan 2005-2007 [1.8 MB]
- Research Plan 2004-2006 [266 KB]
CAEPR's external research links
CAEPR has significant research funding