ANU Urban Indigenous Research Network

The establishment of innovative, collaborative urban Indigenous research network at ANU is an important contribution to ANU’s efforts to ‘renew, build on its history of engagement, and seek a new partnership with Indigenous Australia’. Network members are engaged in collegial and collaborative research strengthening local, regional, national and international alliances, as well as build new alliances.

About us

We bring together researchers and practitioners from within the Australian National University and from the community and organisations. We help coordinate research collaborations, host seminars and encourage the involvement of new and early-career researchers, as well as students, managers, urban Indigenous policy analysts, and practitioners. » read more


We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as First Nations and traditional owners of the lands, waters and seas upon which we live, meet and work. We pay our respect to their elders past and present as well as emerging leaders and esteemed colleagues. We celebrate their expansive and ongoing contributions to the ANU and thank them for their continued hospitality on Country.

Updated:  27 August 2019/Responsible Officer:  Centre Director/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications