Organisation

Australian National University

Journal article

Young Aboriginal people’s engagement with STI testing in the Northern Territory, Australia

This paper documents socio-ecological factors influencing young Aboriginal people’s engagement with clinic-based sexually transmissible infections (STIs) testing in two remote settings in the Northern Territory, Australia.
Evaluation

ACT pill testing trial 2019: program evaluation

The findings in this report support the development of further pill testing trials in Australia, using diverse implementation models, with a focus on designing and implementing the services in a manner that is responsive to their unique contexts, rather than applying any single implementation approach.
Working paper

Electoral administration and Aboriginal voting power in the Northern Territory: reality and potential viewed from the 2019 federal election

Looking back from 2019, this paper explores the contribution of Aboriginal votes to federal elections in the Northern Territory. It argues that Aboriginal votes have made the Territory stronger for Labor, compared to regional areas of Queensland and Western Australia.
Report

Aboriginal health and wellbeing services

This report explores strengths-based, bottom-up approaches to delivering Aboriginal health and wellbeing services. It focuses on three case study organisations across two sites, all of which have reputations for maintaining highly positive relationships with their communities.
Guide

Community engagement: good engagement practices for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research

This is a summary of how the Mayi Kuwayu study works with communities. The Mayi Kuwayu study aims to provide evidence on drivers of health and wellbeing, with a focus on culture.