Doing it Right

Doing it Right: A guide for research in Central Australia

This Guide is for researchers who want to know how to work safely, respectfully, and appropriately with Aboriginal people of central Australia. It introduces important considerations like Aboriginal community expectations and cultural protocols, with the aim of fostering high quality, culturally safe, responsive and trauma-informed research. 

Research conducted in this way can be of benefit to the researchers and their institutes as well as the Aboriginal people and communities who work with them. The Guide was developed under the Aremella Arratyenye-ileme: Doing It Right research project led by Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (Congress).


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