Organisation

Centre for Appropriate Technology

Acronym
CAT

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Submission

1 Jun 2015
398

Overview

The Home Internet in Remote Indigenous Communities project was the first comprehensive study of internet adoption and use in Australia’s remote Aboriginal Communities. The research took place between 2010 and 2014, using a mixed methods approach, including a trial of home-based internet...

Report

1 Nov 2013
307

In 2011 Tangentyere Council commissioned the Centre for Appropriate Technology (CAT) to undertake a comprehensive and independent Post Occupancy Evaluation of Town Camp housing work done under the Commonwealth’s Strategic Indigenous Housing and Infrastructure Program. The research was conducted in three stages across 18 months....

Report

3 Oct 2013
250

This paper develops a case study of the municipal service delivery and Indigenous employment functions of the Centre for Appropriate Technology, across 49 West Kimberley Indigenous settlements.

Summary

This paper presents findings of research on remote Indigenous service delivery and Indigenous employment,...

Report

30 Aug 2011
513

It is a contribution towards understanding the status and possibility of self-build housing as a viable means of housing delivery to overcome or bridge the housing shortage in remote Indigenous communities.

Although this study proved to be limited in its demographics, and thus may...

Report

27 Nov 2009
287

This paper outlines the development and implementation of the Community Phone as an alternative public telephone for remote settlements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the broader context of telecommunications services in remote Australia.

The characteristics of the Community Phone service are...

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