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People on Country, Healthy Landscapes and Indigenous Economic Futures project

 

Overview

The People on Country, Healthy Landscapes and Indigenous Economic Futures project aimed to transfer skills to land and sea management groups to address two major issues: how their activities were improving Indigenous well-being, and delivering better natural resource management on Aboriginal land and sea country.

Working in partnership with traditional owners and their land and sea management groups, the research aimed to strengthen caring for country projects by:

The program has seen lasting legacy in the form of a book, People on country, vital landscapes, Indigenous futures, which features contributions from all participating partners and researchers.

Abstract adapted from Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research

Contacts

Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research
Centre Administrator
Floor 2, Copland Building 24
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 
Ph:(02) 6125 0587
Fax:(02) 6125 9730
Email: peopleoncountry@anu.edu.au
Email: caepradmin.cass@anu.edu.au

Evaluated publications

Altman J, Kerins S, eds. (2012)

People on country, vital landscapes, Indigenous futures.

Annandale, NSW: Federation Press

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Last updated: 23 February 2017
 
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