AIATSIS has developed this guide to ensure that research with and about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples follows a process of meaningful engagement and reciprocity between the researcher and the individuals and/or communities involved in the research.
This report adds to existing research and offers rich insights into the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, both by comparing the relative differences with non-Indigenous young people, as well as looking at their absolute results. Both ways of looking at the...
Rheumatic heart disease (RHD) is preventable. The collective experience of communities and clinicians, in addition to over 25 years of research, means the knowledge and evidence base now exists to eliminate rheumatic heart disease in Australia. This strategy document brings together this experience, knowledge and...
This paper explores previously unpublished data that attempts to measure the implicit biases that Australians may hold against Indigenous peoples.
The case for a Torres Strait Islander‐driven, long‐term research agenda for environment, health and wellbeing
This article proposes strategies to manage complex challenges regarding positive health for Torres Strait Islanders.
Anticipating the future is uniquely human. We strive constantly to anticipate trends and great events to seek opportunity and avoid disaster. So what will drive the future of tropical Australia? The four authors of this book, all of whom have a close association with the...
The Torres Strait Island Regional Council (TSIRC), in partnership with communities, key state and commonwealth agencies has developed this document to help shape the direction and future of Council for 20 years.As a result of years of consultation and research, the Community Plan is a...
Torres Strait Island Regional Council's Corporate Plan (2020-2025), provides an executable framework for consultation with each of their 15 communities, and ultimately leading to a strategic focus areas of people, sustainability and prosperity.
This research found that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women do not experience substantially different impacts of technology-facilitated abuse from those felt by other women. However, some impacts appear to be amplified due to cultural or community factors.
Establishment of a national commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people
This position paper outlines the core components required for the establishment of a National Commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people.