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The Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) is a unique national and international centre, a leading research think-tank on Indigenous policy issues, and operates in a complex political arena. Since 1990 it has established an unrivalled reputation and track record in a difficult public policy area of national significance. A central goal at CAEPR is to continue to create and build long-term partnerships with Indigenous stakeholders with a view to supporting and working with key individuals and organisations in the areas of research, education and policy development. The Centre is funded from a variety of sources including the ANU, the Australian Research Council, industry and philanthropic partners, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and State and Territory governments. The principal objective of CAEPR is to undertake high-quality, independent research that will assist in furthering the social and economic development and empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people throughout Australia. It aims to combine academic and teaching excellence on Indigenous economic and social development and public policy with realism, objectivity and relevance. CAEPR is committed to disseminating its research as widely as possible through print and electronic publication and since 1991 has undertaken an active publications program.

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01_Altman_A_most_egregious_transition%3A_2016.pdf.jpg

A most egregious transition: CDEP to CDP

Author(s)Altman, Jon
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2016
Date Created-

Aboriginal community governance in the Black Summer bushfires [Seminar]

Author(s)Williamson, Bhiamie
TypeVideo recording
Date Published13-Dec-2021
Date Created-
CAEPR_CR_7_Woods_et_al_2021_Towards_a_perpetual_funding_model.pdf.jpg

Toward a Perpetual Funding Model for Native Title Prescribed Bodies Corporate

Author(s)Woods, Kaely; Markham, Francis; Smith, Diane, et al
TypeReport (Commissioned)
Date Published2021
Date Created-
Clean Energy Company Guide.pdf.jpg

Clean Energy Agreement Making on First Nations Land: What Do Strong Agreements Contain?

Author(s)O'Neill, Lily; Riley, Brad; Hunt, Janet, et al
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2021
Date Created-

Aboriginal Population Profiles for Development Planning in the Northern East Kimberley

Author(s)Taylor, John
TypeBook
Date PublishedMar-2004
Date Created-
CAEPR_PIP_no05_2021_Sanders.pdf.jpg

Big picture essays on Australian Indigenous Policy: Deep Structures and decolonising

Author(s)Sanders, William
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2021
Date Created-
CAEPR_PIP_no 04_2021_Weepers.docx.pdf.jpg

Leasing reforms on Aboriginal land in the Northern Territory: Impacts on land rights and remote community governance

Author(s)Weepers, Jayne
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published-
Date Created-
CAEPR_PIP_no_03_2021_Holcombe_Nampitjinpa_Anderson.pdf.jpg

Language rights and Indigenous human rights in Central Australia

Author(s)Holcombe, Sarah; Anderson Nampitjinpa, A.
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2021
Date Created-
CAEPR_DP_no297_2021_Rowse.pdf.jpg

The opinions of Indigenous Australians viewed through a population lens: the Reconciliation Barometer

Author(s)Rowse, Timothy
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2021
Date Created-
WP139_2020_Williamson_Cultural_burning_in_NSW.pdf.jpg

Cultural Burning in NSW: Challenges and Opportunities for Policy Makers and Aboriginal Peoples

Author(s)Williamson, Bhiamie
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published-
Date Created-
CAEPR_DP_no_296_2021_Dillon.pdf.jpg

Codesign in the Indigenous policy domain: Risks and opportunities

Author(s)Dillon, Michael
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2021
Date Created-
Implications of COVID-19 for the Indigenous labour market.pdf.jpg

Implications of COVID-19 for the Indigenous labour market

Author(s)DINKU, YONATAN; Hunter, Boyd; Markham, Francis
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published-
Date Created-
CAEPR_WP_no_138_2020_Markham_and_Sanders_final(1).pdf.jpg

Support for a constitutionally enshrined First Nations Voice to Parliament: Evidence from opinion research since 2017

Author(s)Markham, Francis; Sanders, William
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published-
Date Created-
01_Lahn_Beyond_Parity_in_Aboriginal_2020.pdf.jpg

Beyond Parity in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workforce Planning: Achieving Equity through Needs-Based and Strengths-Based Approaches

Author(s)Lahn, Julie; Puszka, Stephanie; Lawton, Paul, et al
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published-
Date Created-
CAEPR_CR_no5_2020_Jordan_Markham_Altman.pdf.jpg

Linking Indigenous Communities with Regional Development: Australia Overview

Author(s)Jordan, Kirrily; Markham, Francis; Altman, Jon
TypeReport (Commissioned)
Date Published2020
Date Created-
01_Riley_Energy_Security_on_remote_2020.pdf.jpg

Energy Security on remote Aboriginal communities during the COVID-19 crisis

Author(s)Riley, Brad
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2020
Date Created-
national-indigenous-langauges-report-smaller.pdf.jpg

National Indigenous Languages Report

Author(s)Department of Infrastructure Transport, Regional Development and Communications; Battin, Jacqueline; Lee, Jason, et al
TypeReport (Commissioned)
Date Published27-Jul-2020
Date Created-
Markham_and_Kerins_TI_4_2020.pdf.jpg

Policy responses to food insecurity in remote Indigenous communities: Social security, store pricing and Indigenous food sovereignty

Author(s)Markham, Francis; Kerins, Seán
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2020
Date Created-
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Boarding off and on Country: A study of education in one Northern Territory remote community

Author(s)O'bryan, Marnie; Fogarty, Bill
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published-
Date Created-
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Cultural vandalism - the regulated destruction of Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales

Author(s)Hunt, Janet
TypeWorking/Technical Paper
Date Published2020
Date Created-

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