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Remote Engagement Coordination – Indigenous Evaluation Research (REC-IER): final report

Posted on: 27 November, 2017
Issue: Vol 17 No 4, October 2017 – December 2017
Related to Environmental health Policies Remote Research Social issues Northern Territory

Spencer M, Christie M, Macdonald J, Campbell M, Verran H (2017)
Remote Engagement Coordination – Indigenous Evaluation Research (REC-IER): final report
Darwin: Charles Darwin University Northern Institute

This report presents findings from the The Remote Engagement and Coordination – Indigenous Evaluation Research (REC-IER) Project. Charles Darwin University researchers worked collaboratively with members of an Northern Territory Government Steering Committee and Indigenous researchers and research organisations in the remote communities of Ali Curung, Galiwin’ku, Ngukurr and Ntaria to develop systems and processes for evaluating government engagement and coordination. The project was commissioned by the Department of Housing and Community Development to address a pressing need for evaluation of government practices in general, and government engagement and coordination in particular, within remote Aboriginal communities.

Abstract Charles Darwin University

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