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Scoping remote north Australian community resilience and developing governance models through action research: annual project report 2015-2016

TitleScoping remote north Australian community resilience and developing governance models through action research: annual project report 2015-2016
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsRussell-Smith, J
Document Number234
Date Published10/2016
InstitutionBushfire and Natural Hazards CRC
CityMelbourne
Report Number234
Abstract

The ‘Scoping remote northern Australia resilience’ project is part of a larger suite of Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC projects being undertaken through Charles Darwin University. Collectively, these projects aim to promote enhanced understanding of the special circumstances concerning resilience issues in remote Indigenous communities, and identify culturally appropriate governance arrangements and enterprise opportunities that can contribute to enhancing community development and resilience.

This report addresses two sets of project activities:

(a) community-based studies undertaken in association with remote Indigenous communities in Arnhem Land

(b) over-arching activities addressing broader stakeholder and community engagement

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