Natural resource management and enterprise development: can they improve Indigenous livelihoods?
Projects in this theme
High on the Australian agenda is the removal of disadvantage faced by Indigenous groups and the sustainable use of biodiversity on Indigenous land. In terms of E Indonesia the Australian agenda relates to poverty eradication with fewer threats to Australian borders in terms of illegal fishing and migration. This project provides fundamental knowledge on household resource use patterns and the constraints and opportunities for natural resource activities as a step towards identifying ways in which natural resources can be mobilised to improve livelihoods.
|Status||Project Identifier||Collaborating organisations||Funding organisations|
|Past||R-0269||Center for International Forestry Research||Australian Research Council, Center for International Forestry Research, Charles Darwin University, Department of Business Economic and Regional Development, Ramingining Homelands Resource Centre Aboriginal Corporation|