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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Support of Tangentyere Council research hub project



This project aims to build the capacity of the Northern Territory's Tangentyere Council to conduct its own research into the needs of Aboriginal town camp residents in Alice Springs. The project includes the provision of training and support for Tangentyere Council staff, and collaboration on various current and proposed research projects.

The project developed out of long-standing cooperative relationships between Tangentyere Council, the National Drug Research Institute, the Centre for Social Research (Edith Cowan University), and the Centre for Remote Health (Flinders University and Charles Darwin University). This collaborative work included research on 'loss, grief and alcohol', alcohol restrictions in Alice Springs, and the development of a night patrol monitoring and evaluation database.

Abstract adapted from the National Drug Research Institute


National Drug Research Institute
Curtin University of Technology
Health Research Campus
Level 2, 10 Selby Street
Shenton Park WA 6008
Ph: (08) 9266 1600
Fax: (08) 9266 1611

Tangentyere Council
4 Elder Street
Alice Springs NT 0870
PO Box 8070
Alice Springs NT 0871
Ph: (08) 8951 4222
Fax: (08) 8952 8521

Related publications

Tangentyere Council Incorporated, National Drug Research Institute, Centre for Remote Health (2003)

A survey of the attitudes of Aboriginal town camp residents to the Alice Springs liquor licensing restrictions: a submission to the Northern Territory Licensing Commission.

Perth: National Drug Research Institute

Gray D (2003)

Review of the summary evaluation of the Alice Springs liquor trial: a report to Tangentyere Council and Central Australian Aboriginal Congress.

Central Australian Rural Practitioners Association Newsletter; 35: 14-29


Last updated: 22 November 2013
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