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NT wise to prepare for Chinese tourist influx
Dr Ben Zeng from our Central Australian Research Group, Alice Springs
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Did you see our Demographer Jan Salmon on the ABC 7.30 Report talking about Darwin's CBD?
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Employment and mobility trajectories of overseas-born early childhood education and care (ECEC) workers in Darwin, NT
The Northern Institute - People • Policy • Place
The Northern Institute (NI) undertakes interdisciplinary research in areas of social and public policy that are critically important to northern Australia and its near neighbours.
The Institute builds on the strength of its connections to remote, regional and urban contexts and focuses on issues of importance around the intersections of people, policy and place.
Its research program and activities aim to:
- provide evidence for policy development
- generate informed debate
- build the capacity of social researchers in the region
- respond to the needs of agencies and communities in the region.
NI brings knowledgeable and skilled people together to consider complex issues, building credibility and reputation both nationally and internationally for social and public policy research in regional and remote contexts.
The Institute demonstrates leading analysis in complex regional and remote settings that impact on policy, practice and public awareness.
Population & trend research to enable better policy making, to improve economic & social wellbeing.
This research focuses policy, its impact/implications and community perception in the region.
Methodologies that take divergent knowledge practices seriously are of critical importance to this work.
Understanding the ways different systems operate when they intersect
Innovative technologies and the impact of quality of life and demand for equitable services.
This research focuses on collaborative evaluations, involving multiple quantitative and qualitative methodologies.
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