Dr Carroll Go-Sam, Professors Paul Memmott, Jane Hunter, Mark Moran
Aims:
  • Integrating qualitative and quantitative data, and compare case studies from remote, rural and urban regions
  • Identify the most significant factors across different contexts that optimize Indigenous housing outcomes
  • Identify factors that contribute to improved practices and measures of housing management, housing design, health and well-being of Indigenous communities and a reduction in crowding and homelessness

Defining the Impact of Regionalism on Aboriginal Housing and Settlements

The aim of this project is to analyse, quantify and improve our understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander housing needs by developing an innovative regional approach to needs assessment, that considers cultural protocols, access to services, sustainable design and regional governance. See http://midja.org/about.html

Project Value: 
$530 000.00
Funding: 
Australian Research Council
Date: 
2014 to 2016
Time status: 
Current
Contact: 
Ms Carroll Go-Sam (c.gosam@uq.edu.au)
Aims:
  • Integrating qualitative and quantitative data, and compare case studies from remote, rural and urban regions
  • Identify the most significant factors across different contexts that optimize Indigenous housing outcomes
  • Identify factors that contribute to improved practices and measures of housing management, housing design, health and well-being of Indigenous communities and a reduction in crowding and homelessness
Cluster: 
Type: 
Quantitative
Qualitative
Keywords: 
Housing
Community
Indigenous equity
Social inclusion
Number: 
ISSRX0756