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Directory of Expertise - Indigenous Issues

This IAG Indigenous issues study group directory of expertise is organised alphabetically by surname. The directory consists of brief statements of expertise, experience and/or research interests. Links to homepages and e-mail contacts provide the opportunity to explore members research in more detail.

Would you like to join this list? If you would like your details added to this list, please e-mail your details to Julie Kesby (j.kesby@adfa.edu.au). For additions/ corrections/ changes to this directory please also contact Julie Kesby.

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Judith Burns
Principal, Burns Aldis Community Development and Adjunct Lecturer, Geography and Planning, UNE
Email: jburns2@une.edu.au

Research and practice interests: residential mobility among Aboriginal people; aspects of governance;
community and regional social and economic planning; human services planning; housing and infrastructure.
Recent and current projects include: Indigenous Youth Development Program: The Barwon Darling Track Scoping
Study; Aged Care Needs Analysis for Wilcannia, Ivanhoe and Menindee; and Regional Economic Development
Strategy and Implementation Plan for the NSWALC Northern Region Local Aboriginal Land Councils.
Methodological strengths are: census data analysis, qualitative interviewing, and survey design and analysis.

L

Rob Law
mozet_tre@hotmail.com

Expertise and interests: Land Carbon policy and science, Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD), Savanna carbon policy and implications for Indigenous communities, Indigenous protected areas, community based conservation, Indigenous knowledge and climate change.

W

Ed Wensing
Associate Director SGS Economics and Planning
Phone: +61 2 6262 7603
Email: Ed.Wensing@sgsep.com.au

My fields of expertise include Indigenous development, particularly measurement; agreement making, especially in relation to native title and cultural heritage matters, land rights and native title rights and interests; participation in natural resource management; Indigenous housing; and urban and regional planning. In my current role I am heavily engaged in working with Indigenous communities throughout Australia on a range of projects.

 



 

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