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  • Laynhapuy and Marngarr Homelands Sustainable Living Project

    The Laynhapuy Homelands Aboriginal Corporation and Marngarr Resource Centre Aboriginal Corporation are working with the Centre for Appropriate Technology to deliver a co-designed project to improve the living environment and long term sustainability across the East Arnhem Homelands. The project is funded by the Australian Government Department of…

  • The Utopia Homelands Project – lessons from experience

    This paper distills lessons and recommendations based on the Centre for Appropriate Technology’s experience of delivering the Improving the Built Environment Project in the Utopia Homelands, Northern Territory (2013-2014). The Utopia Homelands project aimed to address the immediate problems of unsafe living environments experienced by the residents of Utopia through…

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  •   Have you heard the Bushlight story in your community lately? Bushlight (the Centre for…

  • Smart and safe power

    Bushlight visited many Anangu communities to see how power was being used and to share…

  • Bullying is  serious problem that children can experience during their school years. Whether they’re being…