Co-Researching Indigenous Contexts
Towards continual Reciprocal Accountability: Assessing the Accountability Environment in Australian Aboriginal Affairs Administration
Lessons from the far west of South Australia
Transforming Physical Assets to achieve Sustainable Livelihoods in a Remote Aboriginal Settlement
Desert Knowledge CRC and Waltja Research Nintiringtjaku collaboration
Applying traditional knowledge for sustainable livelihoods in environmental management
Learning for livelihoods: Lessons from training in diverse desert contexts
Aboriginal senior officials in the Northern Territory government: how compelled are they by the accounts of a representative bureaucracy?
Where the People are: Engaged Research in the Desert
Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre: Engaging Communities in Research
DKCRC Aboriginal Knowledge and Intellectual Protocol Overview
Heritage as a Motivation for Four Wheel Drive Tourism in Desert Australia
Domestic water supply and health status in a remote Aboriginal community
The sunburnt country or the big smoke? Reshaping Indigenous housing
Invitation to DKCRC to present from the Hon Ted Warren, NT Government, conference hosts. Other CP1 research also likely to present.
Tourism is a major industry in desert Australia and significantly enhances livelihoods for many who live there. Concerns within the industry and in desert communities regarding infrastructure, safety, access and…
Arid zone forests in a sea of fire - how can this last!?
Community Phone Project: A Lifeline in Community Sustainability
Continental scale fire patterns, implications for local management
Valuing desert responses for environmental governance and management in Australia