CAEPR Seminar Series


Tracy Deasey
(02) 6125 0587
CAEPR Seminar Series


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!


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

The Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group: A governance group for grass-roots programs reflects on five years’ work.

18 Mar 2020

Abstract: The Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group (TWFSG) was re-established in 2014 after 20 years without funding.  A need was identified by Aboriginal...

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Reviewing Economics in the light of Indigenous perspectives: Can this help us make better decisions concerning the environment?

11 Mar 2020

Abstract Environmental problems like the current climate crisis are making it more clear than ever that our relationship with the Earth needs to change. This...

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Indigenous cultural capital – an inescapably political concept

28 Oct 2019

Abstract This paper will develop some ideas broached in the recent essay collection The difference identity makes: Indigenous cultural capital in Australian...

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Mass incarceration of First Nations people: the legacy of invasion for Australia’s criminal justice system

16 Oct 2019

Abstract “The justice system is broken” is a common phrase heard in advocacy regarding the over-incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

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Renewable energy developments on the Indigenous estate in northwest Western Australia

16 Oct 2019

Abstract Energy is an intrinsic driver of economic, political and social development. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the Indigenous estate of...

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Policy issues in Aboriginal housing in South East NSW

9 Oct 2019

Abstract In this seminar Kim presents policy insights from the Aboriginal housing sector drawn from her experience with an Aboriginal organisation providing...

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth Experiences of Native Title

18 Sep 2019

Abstract The long-term success of native title hinges on the ability of younger generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to carry forward...

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The Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia: First Edition, Second Edition, Third Edition?

28 Aug 2019

Abstract The Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia, when published in 2005, was the first of its kind in the world. In 21 wide-ranging chapters it covered...

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

21 Aug 2019

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

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

14 Aug 2019

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-...

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