Visit Website Our identity brings unity. It’s our family ties. It’s knowing about how we all fit together. We need to know who we are, where we’ve come from, where we are now and where we’re going.And we need to feel good about it and good about ourselves. We want our kids to know our […]
Download File SNAICC’s Consultation Overview report, Cultural Proficiency in Early Childhood Education and Care Services.
Visit Website This Report contains a range of issues including current substance use and related harms, social and emotional well being and co-morbidity, and the social determinants of mental health and substance misuse.
Visit Website On June 3rd 1992, six months after Eddie “Koiki” Mabo’s tragic death, the High Court upheld his claim that Murray Islanders held native title to land in the Torres Strait. This Online Resource is translated from the award winning CD-ROM, Mabo – The Native Title Revolution, winner of the ATOM, and AIMIA Awards […]
Download File This resource is part of Growing Up Our Way – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Rearing Practices Matrix (2011) – SNAICC.
Download File Growing Up Our Way: supporting document (2011) – SNAICC Concept: Jane Harrison Research: Allara Ashton, Joel Hawting and Jane Harrison Graphic design: Nina Kelabora Acknowledgements: SNAICC would like to thank Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation and the Warrki Jarrinjaku ACRS Project Team, Yorganop, Kapululangu Aboriginal Women¹s Association and Dr Zohl de Ishtar, Merridy […]
Visit Website This Protocol tells about the rules for researchers and shows how local Aboriginal people and researchers can work together. It makes sure that researchers who work with Aboriginal people and the Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre (DKCRC) do the right thing. Published in 2009 by the Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre, Alice Springs.
Visit Website This is the legacy website for the Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre, which focused its research on creating useful outcomes with commercial application for desert people, communities and partners. The Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre was funded from 1 July 2003 to 30 June 2010. The work of the DKCRC continues under Ninti […]
Visit Website This Protocol is a resource to guide researchers toward best practice in ethics, confidentiality, equitable benefit sharing and in managing research information. It sets out the ways in which DKCRC research with Aboriginal people should be conducted and how Aboriginal knowledge and intellectual property will be managed throughout the research process.
Visit Website Arts Victoria manages a comprehensive research program which supports artistic and cultural development across the State and enhances and Arts Victoria’s programs and service delivery. Arts Victoria is committed to sharing the outcomes of this research with the broader community. Arts Victoria provides resources, toolkits and evaluation guides for the arts and cultural […]