A research agenda for our time.Lismore seminar 26th July 2018.
The Southern Cross University, Lismore will host the third of four seminars presenting the Aboriginal Affairs NSW research agenda 2018-2023
Thursday 26th July
Southern Cross University, Enterprise Lab, Level 3, Block A, Lismore Campus
Time: 9.30am – 4.00pm
Master of Ceremonies: Mick Gooda
Keynote address: Dr Chris Sarra, Professor of Education, University of Canberra
Bringing together the key contributors to the research agenda, the seminar provides a great opportunity to hear about the policy and research findings of their work and to discuss research implications.
The seminar is open to students, academics, policymakers, practitioners, and community members interested in Aboriginal affairs policy reform in NSW. Together with Aboriginal communities, the research and policy communities will be critical in delivering the evidence and policy that supports Aboriginal communities and the NSW Government to determine what works, what’s worth trying and what success looks like.
Click here to view the full program
RETURN OF PUBLIC LANDS TO ABORIGINAL CONTROL/OWNERSHIP
THE CULTURAL CAPABILITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES PUBLIC SERVANTS
INFLUENCING THE PUBLIC DISCOURSE
IMPROVING RESEARCH & EVALUATION PRACTICE
WITH ABORIGINAL PEOPLES & COMMUNITIES
THE IMPACT OF ABORIGINAL PERSPECTIVES ON POLICY DEVELOPMENT
Register your interest in attending the Lismore seminar here.
The next seminar will be hosted in Dubbo in October. Further information will be available soon.