AIATSIS and AIGI survey of gaps and challenges in Indigenous governance research and practical tools

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In June and July 2014 the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) and the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute (AIGI) conducted a survey into gaps in Indigenous governance research and practical tools. The survey, entitled ‘A short survey: mapping Indigenous governance research and resources’, was distributed across a broad network of organisations, institutions and individuals working in the field of Indigenous governance (including select international organisations) in preparation for the Indigenous Governance Development Forum: Mapping Current and Future Research and Resource Needs, held on 29–30 July 2014 at AIATSIS in Canberra. Thirty-eight survey responses were received.

This document presents a preliminary list of specific research initiatives and practical tools identified through the survey. The list is a working document. It is by no means exhaustive, and the authors would be grateful to hear about other initiatives that should be included. Please contact Toni Bauman at AIATSIS (toni.bauman@aiatsis.gov.au) or Robynne Quiggin at AIGI (admin@aigi.com.au).

Type
Report
Author /s
Toni Bauman
Dr Christiane Keller
Year Published
2015
Last modified: 
12 Sep, 2018