Informed and reflective research is crucial to ensuring equitable outcomes for researchers and participants.
These resources are aimed at researchers, academic supervisors, and graduate students who are researching in Indigenous spaces, topics, or communities. They will assist in exploring the issues, challenges, and adaptations needed to make research practice ethical.
Thanks to all the researchers for sharing their lived research experiences for this resources page.
For information pertaining to research projects at CDU, the Northern Institute is the main hub for research expertise with researchers being recognised nationally and internationally as leaders in their fields.
Research at the Northern Institute
is undertaken in a positive view of living in remote and regional contexts
recognises the leadership that people in the region diverse lives and knowledge systems
appreciates the value of understanding diversity is a strength.
Indigenous people are a significant portion of the population in Northern Australia, who manage a large proportion of the region's land and sea country and reflect a high social and economic investment of high priority.
The idea of treaties with Indigenous Australians will be one of the issues explored in a unit being offered at Charles Darwin University.
Unit Coordinator and Senior Lecturer Greg Williams said the new unit was part of the Graduate Certificate of Indigenous Engagement, a program run externally by the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society.