Remembering Peter TaylorLearn How We Do It
Pre-Payment Meters and Energy Efficiency in Indigenous HouseholdsLearn How We Do It
This report focuses on the issues of energy consumption in remote Indigenous homes, particularly those who have low incomes or are otherwise marginalised.
Utopia Homelands receive $4.36m investment from the Federal GovernmentLearn How We Do It
School for Social Enterpreneurs starting up in Central AustraliaLearn How We Do It
The School for Social Enterpreneurs is starting a new “Social Change 101″ program starting in Alice Springs, NT. Local entrepreneurs are encouraged to apply here. Read this Centralian Advocate Article here to learn more.
Our Place 43 available nowLearn How We Do It
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Cybersafety and remote Indigenous communities
This submission has been prepared by researchers from the Home Internet for Remote Communities Project (HIP). HIP is a collaborative project between the Centre for Appropriate Technology, Central Land Council and Swinburne University that aims to investigate the feasibility of home-based computing and internet access in three small…
Sustainable tenancy approaches
The research reported here aimed to identify optimal models for sustaining tenancies for Aboriginal people in Alice Springs. The findings highlight that what helps tenants live well in a house into the future may be as much related to the social and economic opportunities and support services that…
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CAT’s impact in 2012
An overview of just a few highlights of what CAT achieved in Indigenous communities in QLD, NT and WA during 2012.
In 2011, CAT undertook the first national round of case studies of Indigenous self build initiatives. Residents of sixteen small communities and six Indigenous organisations in the NT, WA and Queensland who had been involved in ‘self-build’ housing projects were interviewed. The aim was to gain an understanding…