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Research news

CAEPR monograph and Jon Altman
28
Jun
2016

New book traces nearly 40 years of research about Indigenous economic development

A new book from The Australian National University (ANU) maps almost 40 years of researching economic engagement in Indigenous communities...
Jim Scullin and Malcolm Turnbull
23
Jun
2016

Lessons from the Depression era in how to lose government in a single term

By Dr Benjamin T Jones, ARC Research Fellow, ANU School of History Come July 2, Bill Shorten and Labor are hoping they will party like it...
20
Jun
2016

Howard Morphy on anthropology, art and cultural value

Museum artifacts can be more than visible history – they can also be a rich resource for future dialogues and for changing understandings...
08
Jun
2016

CASS Historian wins Queensland history prize

ANU history Professor Ann McGrath has been awarded one of Queensland's most prestigious awards for her book on the hidden history of...
06
Jun
2016

Better info needed for gamblers on self exclusion

A study into a process used for minimising harm for problem gamblers has found little information in the community about self-exclusion or...
06
Jun
2016

Eight ways to improve Indigenous employment

By Matthew Gray, Nicholas Biddle, Boyd Hunter and Mandy Yap, ANU Professor Gray is the Director and Dr Biddle Deputy Director of the ...
06
Jun
2016

PolicyCheck: Labor’s $3 billion child care plan

By Ben Phillips, Principal Research Fellow, ANU Centre for Social Research & Methods Labor has unveiled a $3 billion child care policy...
25
May
2016

Call to acknowledge damaged marriages on Sorry Day

Sorry Day on 26 May is an opportunity to acknowledge children who were forcibly removed from loving families in inter-racial marriages, an...
23
May
2016

More migration data needed for better policy: ANU demographer

Population researchers have called on governments to collect and share more information about migration to keep better track of the...
19
May
2016

Scholarship for field work with Indigenous communities

Conducting fieldwork can be a challenge, especially when a project involves travelling to remote areas. But The Australian National...

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