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RESEARCH SEMINAR: Population Change and What Makes for a ‘Good Life’ in The Alice?

Presenter Associate Professor Andrew Taylor & Fiona Shalley
Contact person
Associate Professor Andrew Taylor
T: 08 8946 6692 E:
Location Building 15 - Theatre
Open to Public
NI image only_Alice Springs Open Day Research Seminar

Our team is internationally renowned for its research uncovering the causes and consequences of population changes for the NT and beyond.

Presenters Associate Professor Andrew Taylor and Fiona Shalley will give snapshots on important topics for Alice Springs and the region:

Are we growing? Why, why not?
Alice’s long gender journey
A multicultural Alice. But how multicultural?
From Red Centre to Grey Centre? Population ageing in the Alice and beyond


How are Alice residents connected? to their family, friends, and wider community?
Do feelings of acceptance and belonging differ across population groups?
Are measures of community participation, activism, trust and safety different when compared to Darwin?

This research seminar is FREE and will be held in Building 15 Lecture Theatre - no RSVP necessary.

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