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Reconciliation, Opportunities, Wellbeing of First Nations Peoples

2 - 3 February 2023 Charles Perkins Centre, The University of Sydney
This event aims to bring together researchers interested in the opportunities for and wellbeing of First Nations peoples

The event provides an opportunity for researchers of any background to present, discuss and learn about

  1. quantitative (data) analyses of economic outcomes and policy/program evaluations,
  2. the availability of data through which First Nation peoples’ outcomes can be analysed,
  3. the importance of Indigenous data sovereignty and what this means for non-Indigenous researchers, and
  4. Indigenous research methods and ways of communication. The event also provides an opportunity to make connections and facilitate collaborations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers.

There will be invited speakers from both Indigenous and non-Indigenous backgrounds. We are privileged to have Professor Pat Dudgeon (University of Western Australia) and Professor Gail Garvey (University of Queensland) as our keynote speakers.

The workshop is sponsored by the Economic Society of Australia, the National Health and Medical Research Council (Against the Odds project), the ARC Life Course Centre, and the University of Sydney’s School of Economics & Charles Perkins Centre.


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Local Organising Committee