Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research


Strong Voices Stronger Communities: First Nations media employment and skills development strategy

Jumbunna Institute engaged with First Nations media organisations in very remote, regional and urban communities across Australia to identify employment and skills development initiatives which builds capacity within the Australian First Nations Broadcasting and Media Sector, and achieve the Government’s 90% Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
Journal article

Evidence based policy making in Indigenous Affairs

The current issue of the Journal of Indigenous Policy, no16, follows an earlier issue (no 13) in collating and annotating material that is useful for understanding and addressing current issues of policy and service delivery. These journal issues are intended for use by communities, government...

Shared responsibility agreements

Ruth McCausland examines shared responsibility agreements and considers whether in practice they are practical reconciliation or paternalistic rhetoric in the Indigenous Law Bulletin.

Outwitted and outplayed: Indigenous internationalism and the United Nations

Megan Davis writes about the new United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in the Indigenous Law Bulletin, and asks whether it is relevant to Indigenous Australians.

International trade law and Indigenous peoples: a new direction in human rights advocacy?

Indigenous peoples are increasingly frustrated by the lack of effective remedy in international human rights law and the convenience of the rhetoric of state sovereignty in relation to human rights as opposed to trade. Nascent Indigenous engagement with international trade fora such as the WTO...