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Guide

Keeping research on track II

A companion document to 'Ethical conduct in research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities: guidelines for researchers and stakeholders'
Publisher
Research Research institutes Research management Ethics First Peoples Australia
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Description

This guideline aims to support research participants, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and communities to:

Make decisions that ensure the research journey respects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ and communities’ shared values, diversity, priorities, needs and aspirations

Make decisions that ensure the research journey benefits Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities as well as researchers and other Australians.

Recognise and understand their rights and responsibilities in being involved in all aspects of research

Better understand the steps involved in making research ethical

Please note: the companion document can be accessed here

Publication Details
ISBN:
978-1-86496-013-6
License type:
CC BY
Access Rights Type:
open