Caring for country

  1. Remote Service Delivery and Cultural Governance Project Evaluation
    Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre (KALACC)

    Nulungu was commissioned to conduct an evaluation of a Cultural Governance Project being conducted by the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre (KALACC) and funded by Woodside Energy Ltd. This project focused on the formal recognition of cultural governance in the Bardi and Jawi traditional owner communities of Ardyaloon, Djarindjin, and Lombadina. The evaluation process commenced in August 2014 and concluded in Jun 2015. The project report can be downloaded here: 
  2. Youth Culture Camps Evaluation 
    Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre (KALACC)

    Nulungu was invited by the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre to conduct an evaluation of the Youth Culture Camps project which is being funded by the Indigenous Advancement Strategy. The project is an innovative initiative aiming to support and strengthen customary culture-learning relationships, for the benefit of cultural tourism and other forms of economic development. Research is being implemented in four remote Kimberley communities. The Nulungu research team comprises Stephen Kinnane, Bruce Gorring, Kathryn Thorburn, Anna Dwyer, Geoff Buchanan and Petrine McGrohan. A project progress report can be downloaded from the Nulungu Featured Publications page.