'How to make and use a Womens Land Use CyberTracker sequence'
CyberTracker skill sharing workshop
Run by Emilie Ens (CAEPR, ANU) and the Manwurrk Rangers
Indigenous Women’s Land and Sea Management Forum, 1-3 June 2010, Ross River, Northern Territory, Australia
Dr. Emilie Ens and the Manwurrk Rangers are research partners in the People on Country Project. The People on Country Project is run through the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at The Australian National University and funded by the Sidney Myer Foundation. The Manwurrk Rangers are employed through Warddeken Land Management Limited, an Aboriginal land management Corporation based in a remote outstation, Kabulwarnamyo, on the West Arnhem Land Plateau, Northern Territory, Australia.
This manual was developed for a CyberTracker Skill sharing workshop run by Emilie Ens and the female Manwurrk Rangers (Seraine Namundja, Barbara Gurwalwal, Carol Pamkal, Jenny Nadjamerrek and Georgia Vallance) at the Indigenous Women’s Land and Sea Management Forum, held at Ross River, Northern Territory, June 1-3, 2010. It was intended as a beginners User Guide to sequence development for Indigenous Australians.