Detailing diversity of life in Booderee National Park
A new book detailing the rich diversity of life in one of Australia’s greatest and most popular national parks, the Booderee National Park, has been written in a unique collaboration between ANU researchers, Parks Australia managers and the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community.
Recognising Indigenous service personnel
A group of researchers from the Australian National University are about to start compiling the nation’s first comprehensive record of Indigenous service in the defence forces, in a move they say will help reconciliation.
Cricket researchers at Mullagh Cup
ANU researchers have takien their inquiry into Indigenous participation in cricket to the home of one of Australia’s greatest Indigenous cricketers, Johnny Mullagh.
National centre to Close the Gap
A new national centre for research into Indigenous health will help close the gap on Indigenous health and life expectancy.
Environment change threatens indigenous know-how
The way indigenous cultures around the globe use traditional medicines and pass on knowledge developed over centuries is directly linked to the natural environment, new research has found.
Encouraging Indigenous cricketers
With first test due to start in South Africa this week, ANU has launched a program to encourage more Indigenous people to play cricket.
The road to reconciliation
“Reconciliation cannot be taken for granted. It is not a feel-good word that can be bandied around lightly, or be co-opted to obscure the need for restorative justice.” – Professor Patrick Dodson.