Past events

21
Aug
2019

Aboriginal electoral power in the Northern Territory: Reality and potential viewed from the 2019 Federal election

Abstract It is often said that, as 3% of the Australian population, Aboriginal people have no electoral power. But in the Northern Territory, Aboriginal...
14
Aug
2019

Motherhood under the microscope: Perspectives from the social sciences

What makes a good mother? What makes a mother at all? Where does motherhood come from? The nature of motherhood has perhaps never been more controversial or...
14
Aug
2019

‘Settled reconciliation’ in education policy and practice: How celebrations of reconciliation can silence Indigenous diversity and agency, and perpetuate racism

Abstract Since Australia’s formal reconciliation process began almost thirty years ago, the education system has been viewed as having a critical role in un-...
13
Aug
2019

The demographic consequences of migration to, from and within Australia

This presentation focuses on recent efforts to create a complete, consistent and detailed account of population change in Australia for assessing the specific...
07
Aug
2019

Disruption in First Nations Education

Abstract Education is often described as the single most important key in turning around social disadvantage and economic marginalisation as well as in...
06
Aug
2019

Electronic cigarettes - Public health benefit or harm? The Mexican perspective

The National Institute of Public Health of Mexico in collaboration with other National and International institutions, has developed a research approach from a...
31
Jul
2019

Indigenous-led verification of environmental, social and cultural outcomes of carbon farming.

Abstract Carbon farming is an opportunity for on-going ‘untied’ income for Indigenous communities.  The Australian Government through the Emissions Solution...

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