CAEPR Seminar Series

Contacts

Tracy Deasey
(02) 6125 0587
CAEPR Seminar Series

When

Wednesdays 12.30 to 2.00pm
12.30 - 1.30pm:  Presentation (40 mins) and questions (20 mins)
1.30 - 2pm:        Extra time for informal discussion - bring your lunch!

Where?

Room 2145 (Jon Altman Room), Level 2, Copland Building #24 (Kingsley Place behind the Street Theatre), Australian National University, unless otherwise noted.
See this map of the Copland Building's location (Building #24)              

Seminar streaming audio and podcasts

At the discretion of presenters, some CAEPR seminars are now made available through this website as audio podcasts, together with appropriate handout materials. Links will be found beneath the seminar abstract. Certain types of seminar presentation, including works in progress and thesis reports, may not be appropriate for podcast. The discussion following a presentation is not recorded.

Past events

Indigenous engagement: context and competence, systems, integration and sustainability

29 Nov 2017

In 2016, AIATSIS and PM&C partnered in producing Core, an online program in Aboriginal and Torres  Strait Islander Cultural Learning for all Commonwealth...

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The Social Aspects of Mine Closure: A Global Review with an Australian Focus

22 Nov 2017

"The excitement and fanfare that surrounds the opening of a new mine is never present when it finally closes" (Laurence 2006: 285). This pragmatic statement...

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The Geographic Divergence of Indigenous Incomes: Census Evidence 2006-2016

8 Nov 2017

This seminar presents data from the 2006, 2011 and 2016 Censuses to analyse the distribution of income within the Indigenous population, and between the...

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The Intervention, Stronger Futures, and the Cashless Debit Card: A Rights Restrictive Trajectory

18 Oct 2017

  This paper traces the discursive trajectory of rights restriction under the Northern Territory Emergency Response (the 'Intervention'), the Stronger Futures...

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s participation in early childhood education – what can the Census tell us?

6 Oct 2017

Abstract Early childhood is a vital stage in human development, and participation in formal early childhood education has been linked to improved wellbeing...

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Intervention, competing principles & the individual/communal dimension of Indigenous policy: a conceptual map illustrated by changing Northern Territory Census data in employment and housing

29 Sep 2017

This seminar will revisit my triangular conceptual framework for Australian Indigenous policy developed a decade ago. That framework identified three competing...

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Changing patterns of income support receipt among Indigenous Australians, 1994-2015

15 Sep 2017

Indigenous people receive a greater proportion of their income from government income support payments than non-Indigenous Australians. Among those on income...

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Changes to the size and geographic location of the Indigenous population, 2011 – 2016: Findings from the Census of Population and Housing

1 Sep 2017

This seminar provides an overview of the changing size and spatial distribution of the Indigenous population of Australia, comparing the results of the 2011...

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Reframing the ecosystem: how targeting the needs of the whole community can reshape the approach to indigenous development

2 Aug 2017

This seminar will present a case study about the Ruapehu Whānau Transformation Project (RWT), based in the rural interior of the North Island of Aotearoa (New...

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Maintaining Māori identity and governance - observations from the land of hot springs and mud pools

28 Jul 2017

Māori of New Zealand have had varied experiences of colonisation which are often viewed from a large tribal (iwi) perspective.  However the hapū (sub-tribe) is...

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