Remote Engagement and Coordination - Learning and resources for assisting engagement activities in remote Aboriginal communities


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Presenter:  Dr Michaela Spencer, Post- Doctoral Fellow, Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University

Date: Feb 07, 2018

Time: 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Contact person:  Menzies School of Health Research
T: 08 8946 8600
E: membership@iap2.org.au

Location:  Building Red 9 – Seminar Room 1.48, Charles Darwin University, Casuarina

Abstract: The Remote Engagement Coordination – Indigenous Evaluation Research (REC-IER) project was commissioned by the Department of Housing and Community Development (NTG). Its aim was to develop community specific strategies for evaluating the engagement and coordination performance of government in the four project locations – Galiwin’ku, Ngukurr, Ntaria and Ali Curung.

Hosted by: Menzies School of Health Research

Biography: Michaela Spencer’s background is in environmental science, sociology, and Science and Technology Studies (STS). Her current research involves working from the ‘Ground Up’ with Indigenous knowledge authorities, at the intersection of differing traditions of knowledge and governance. This involves working with government, non-government and Indigenous organisations in urban and remote communities around the development of place-based policy research and changed policy practices.

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