Exploring Economic Prosperity for Aboriginal Peoples - Research Webinar

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Join the first in a new webinar series from Aboriginal Affairs NSW (AANSW) aimed at discussing the findings of its ongoing research agenda.

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The terms economic development, wellbeing and prosperity are used in very different ways and profoundly shape the relationships between Indigenous polities, the State and diverse publics. They also influence policy frameworks and have very real impacts on First Peoples’ lives and institutions.

This webinar will explore how economic development, wellbeing and prosperity are defined and operationalised in the literature and in public policy within Australia and also internationally before considering an Indigenous-informed approach to Indigenous prosperity to inform economic prosperity for Aboriginal Peoples in New South Wales in future work.

Join our AANSW host with presenters:

  • Professor Tony Dreise, Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National University
  • Dr Mandy Yap, CAEPR, Australian National University
  • Dr Annick Thomassin, CAEPR, Australian National University

A link to access the session will be shared with all registered guests on the day.

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