People On Country Annual Report 2012 — detailing the activities and outcomes of the fifth and final year of the People on Country project. Includes the full, independent, end-of-project evaluation report by Dermot Smyth. [92 pages, 1.7 Meg]
People On Country Annual Report 2012
Indigenous Women Rangers Talking
Indigenous Women Rangers Talking - Sharing ideas and information about women rangers' work is a book by and for Indigenous women rangers, talking about their work, insights, challenges and inspirations.
We want to share our stories, lessons and strategies to make strong Indigenous women rangers who are good role models in the community and who are proud to look after country and culture. We want to show people that women rangers are doing good things for their country and community so we can get more women ranger jobs. This book also talks about what we need to make strong ranger groups and strong women rangers.
This book was made by women rangers working in remote parts of The Top End of the Northern Territory and Western Australia. However, women rangers around Australia tell similar stories and have some similar and some different issues. We have been to many Indigenous Ranger conferences and have heard these stories. Now we want to start writing them down for others to read and learn from.
- From the Introduction, Cherry Daniels, founder of Yugul Mangi Women Rangers.
People On Country Annual Report 2011
People On Country Annual Report 2011 — detailing the activities and outcomes of the fourth year of the People on Country project. [55 pages, 12.5 Meg]
People On Country Women Ranger's Workshop 2011
Report on the PoC Women Ranger's Workshop held in Darwin in June 2011 [5 pages, 937k PDF]
People On Country Annual Report 2010
People On Country Annual Report 2010 — detailing the activities and outcomes of the third year of the People on Country project. [31 pages, 777 KB]
Warddeken IPA frog field guide
'Warddeken IPA frog field guide' by Kyrin Bulliwana, Emmanuel Namarnyilk, Seraine Namundja, Georgia Vallance, Emilie Ens, July, 2010.
Frog field guide designed by the Manwurrk Rangers and Emilie Ens to assist in frog research in the Warddeken IPA.
People on Country Wellbeing Workshop Report
Report on the PoC Wellbeing Workshop held in Darwin in November [11 pages, 432k PDF]
How to make and use a Womens Land Use CyberTracker sequence
'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.
Cybertracker Sequence Development Guide
'Cybertracker® sequence development guide for the Yirralka Rangers' by Emile Ens.
Collecting plants in the Warddeken IPA
'Collecting plants in the Warddeken IPA' by Mary Kalkiwarra, Seraine Namundja, Victor Garlngarr, Barbara Gurawalwal, Carissa Gurawalwal, Serena Namarnyilk, Jenny Nadjamerrek, Driscilla, Simone, Emilie Ens, Gill Towler, and Georgia Vallance. Field Report, February 2010.
"We have been collecting plants in the Warddeken IPA to document what plants are at different places at different times of the year.... We also want to write down the Balanda and Bininj names for the plants and whether they can be be used for bush tucker or other purposes e.g. bush medicines."