Past projects

A history of the Women’s Electoral Lobby

A history of the Women’s Electoral Lobby (WEL) has been prepared at the Australian National University with the assistance of Australian Research Council (ARC) Large Research Grant, No. A00104176. WEL is a feminist non-party-political lobby founded... read more

CAEPR Key research areas

The Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) Research Plan 2017-2019 is organised around seven themes: Indigenous-driven development  Land, water and livelihoods  Education and learning in dynamic societies  Work,... read more

Deepening Histories of Place

This Linkage project, funded by the Australian Research Council, and backed by a consortium of Industry partners, aims to render some of the deeper layers of Australia’s history more accessible to the public. Deepening Histories of Place... read more

Evaluation of Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools and Early Learning

The Australian National University (ANU) in partnership with the Social Research Centre is in the process of the second Phase of conducting an evaluation of Narragunnawali. The first phase of the evaluationcommenced in early 2015 and continued to... read more

Gambling Research - Past projects and outcomes

Two reports on gambling expenditure in the ACT (2009 and 2014) are available for download. In 2014, people with gambling problems accounted for nearly half of all ACT losses. Overall, the reports found that gambling revenue is not drawn equally from... read more

Gender and Feminism in the Social Sciences

In 2012 a pilot project entitled Gender and Feminism in the Social Science was initiated, looking at the relationship between the gender profile of four social science disciplines and their incorporation of feminist critique and knowledge. The... read more

Heritage in the Limelight

Our Australian Research Council Discovery Project (DP160102509) is investigating the ways in which Australia was profoundly shaped by the technology of magic lantern slide projection. Although neglected until now because it did not fit easily into... read more


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