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Annick Thomassin

Document: Working Paper

'Engaging Indigenous Economy: A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Jon Altman’s Writings 1979–2014' is published in conjunction with the conference ‘Engaging Indigenous economy: Debating diverse approaches’, convened at the Australian National University, 4–5 September 2014. The publication and conference coincide with Jon Altman’s retirement from the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), where he was foundation director from 1990 to 2010.

Document: Staff Publication

Thomassin, A. (Editor) People on Country Newsletter, 3 (1), August,<http://caepr.anu.edu.au/poc/research/newsletters.php>.

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Thomassin, A. (Editor). People on Country Newsletter, 4 (2), September, 4pp.

 

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Thomassin, A. (Editor). People on Country Newsletter, 4 (1), February, 4pp.

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Thomassin, A. (Editor). People on Country 2011 Annual Report, CAEPR, RSSS, ANU, 51pp.

 

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Daniels, C.. and Indigenous Women Rangers (Facilitated by Ens, E., May, K. and Thomassin, A.) Indigenous Women Rangers Talking—Sharing Ideas and Information about Women Rangers’ Work, Booklet and DVD, CAEPR, ANU, Canberra, available at: <caepr.anu.edu.au/others/Report-1347254188.php>. 

Document: CAEPR Seminar

Abstract: Since the 1980s, co-management strategies have been implemented in various contexts as an “attempt to enable those individuals and groups previously excluded by more top-down planning processes, and who are often marginalized by their separation and isolation from the production of knowledge and the formulation of policies and practices, to be included in decisions that affect their lives” (Kothari 2001, 139).

Document: Staff Profile

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