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ARC Grant Success

TF.A is delighted to be a Project Partner in an important new study of remote community infrastructure.

Congratulations to Tess Lea, Associate Professor at the University of Sydney and recipient of an Australian Research Council grant to study the infrastructural requirements that support Indigenous residents to stay on country.

 


The project will produce four case studies capturing community resilience efforts in northern and central Australia, and will include a study of the work we have done on Groote Eylandt. 

This study will continue the great work of the Housing for Health Incubator and will provide an enhanced understanding of infrastructural issues and climate readiness in remote communities as well as improved policy strategies for Indigenous corporations, NGOs, and Government.

We will share more as the project progresses.

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