Aboriginal health and wellbeing

  1. Bidyadanga Electricity Security
    University of Notre Dame Australia (Research Office) – Research Incentive Scheme

    This project examined electricity usage and its relationship to individual and community wellbeing in Bidyadanga Aboriginal Community. Karajarri traditional owners and Bidyadanga Community residents were interviewed to assess their access to electricity, energy use, and payment methods. A report has been produced : Power usage in the Bidyadanga community and its relationship to community health and well-being.

  2. Living on the Anne Street Reserve – Broome, 1968 - 1982
    The Living on the Reserve project documented, via personal accounts, stories, recollections, photographs and with some reference to archival material, what life was like for Aboriginal families living on the Anne St Reserve in Broome, from the late 1960s until the early 80s. You can listen to an ABC radio interview about the project here: http://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/editorschoice/annestreet/8087482 or watch a research presentation here: Living on the Anne Street Reserve.

    More information is available here: Living on the Reserve – Broome, 1968 - 1982.