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The Resource Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program : a review of policies, strategies and research activities, Sue Jackson

Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program : a review of policies, strategies and research activities, Sue Jackson

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Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program : a review of policies, strategies and research activities
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Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program
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a review of policies, strategies and research activities
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Sue Jackson
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eng
Summary
"Discusses the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge Research Hub (TRaCK) and how it was formulated to provide the science and knowledge needed by governments, industries and communities to sustainably manage northern Australia's rivers and estuaries. A collaborative consortium of over 80 of Australia's most experienced tropical river and coastal scientists was established; TRaCK focussed on acquiring fundamental knowledge about the assets and values of tropical rivers and the ecosystem processes that underpin them including developing and sustaining partnerships with Indigenous groups, and strengthening their capacity to engage in research and planning processes." [Introduction]
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Jackson, Sue
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  • Golson, Kate
  • Douglas, Michael
  • Morrison, Joe
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  • Rivers
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Traditional ecological knowledge
  • Economic development
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Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program : a review of policies, strategies and research activities, Sue Jackson
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http://www.track.org.au/sites/default/files/managed/file-attach/biblio/TRaCK%20Indigenous%20Engagement%20Review_June%202013.pdf
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Note
  • Viewed on 19 November, 2014
  • "June 2013"
  • An example of a TRaCK projected newsletter titled: Aboriginal people and rivers : Projected Update - Fitzroy River (July 2009) can be found at the end of the document
Accompanying material
1 online resource (4 pages)
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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  • text
  • still image
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rdacontent
Contents
3.0 TRaCK's Indigenous Engagement Strategy ; 3.1 Introduction: Research ethics and the politics of research practices ; 3.2 The historical legacy of research in the tropical rivers region ; 3.3 Developing the Indigenous Engagement Strategy (IES) -- 4.2 Objective 1: Ensure research is relevant and beneficial to Indigenous communities and organisations - a) Indigenous-led research ; b) Mentoring ; c) Support for local initiatives -- 4.3 Objective 2: Ensure TRaCK research is conducted according to the highest ethical standards - a) Projects initiated by Indigenous parties ; b) Co-authored papers, reports and presentations ; c) Indigenous collaborators operating under a written research agreement -- 4.4 Objective 3: Provide opportunities for Indigenous employment, and to transfer skills, share knowledge and increase cultural awareness amongst all parties - a) Indigenous partners remain interested and committed to the program after first year ; b) Number of jobs stays constant or increases ; c) Jobs and roles filled by Indigenous partners increase in variety, complexity and responsibility ; d) Perceptions and attitudes amongst Indigenous people towards research are increasingly positive e) Number of non-Indigenous people completing a cross-cultural awareness course -- 4.5 Objective 4: Effectively communicate research results and share knowledge with Indigenous people -- 4.5 Objective 5: Ensure meaningful Indigenous participation in TRaCK governance
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1 online resource (87 pages) +
Isbn
9781921576706
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computer
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rdamedia
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colour illustrations, portraits
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System requirements: Adobe Reader required to view PDF document
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Indigenous engagement in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program : a review of policies, strategies and research activities, Sue Jackson
Link
http://www.track.org.au/sites/default/files/managed/file-attach/biblio/TRaCK%20Indigenous%20Engagement%20Review_June%202013.pdf
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Viewed on 19 November, 2014
  • "June 2013"
  • An example of a TRaCK projected newsletter titled: Aboriginal people and rivers : Projected Update - Fitzroy River (July 2009) can be found at the end of the document
Accompanying material
1 online resource (4 pages)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
3.0 TRaCK's Indigenous Engagement Strategy ; 3.1 Introduction: Research ethics and the politics of research practices ; 3.2 The historical legacy of research in the tropical rivers region ; 3.3 Developing the Indigenous Engagement Strategy (IES) -- 4.2 Objective 1: Ensure research is relevant and beneficial to Indigenous communities and organisations - a) Indigenous-led research ; b) Mentoring ; c) Support for local initiatives -- 4.3 Objective 2: Ensure TRaCK research is conducted according to the highest ethical standards - a) Projects initiated by Indigenous parties ; b) Co-authored papers, reports and presentations ; c) Indigenous collaborators operating under a written research agreement -- 4.4 Objective 3: Provide opportunities for Indigenous employment, and to transfer skills, share knowledge and increase cultural awareness amongst all parties - a) Indigenous partners remain interested and committed to the program after first year ; b) Number of jobs stays constant or increases ; c) Jobs and roles filled by Indigenous partners increase in variety, complexity and responsibility ; d) Perceptions and attitudes amongst Indigenous people towards research are increasingly positive e) Number of non-Indigenous people completing a cross-cultural awareness course -- 4.5 Objective 4: Effectively communicate research results and share knowledge with Indigenous people -- 4.5 Objective 5: Ensure meaningful Indigenous participation in TRaCK governance
Extent
1 online resource (87 pages) +
Isbn
9781921576706
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
colour illustrations, portraits
System details
System requirements: Adobe Reader required to view PDF document

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