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Dingo on APY Lands

Associate Professor Tess Lea and Dr Liam Grealy head up Housing for Health, a University of Sydney-based research incubator that seeks to revitalise Indigenous health and housing policy. Housing for Health uses a multi-disciplinary approach to address the vast inequity in infrastructure that persists in our remote and regional Indigenous communities.

We are thrilled to be partnering with them on the ‘Staying on Country: Infrastructural Needs for Remote Community Viability’ project, alongside Nganampa Health Council, Aboriginal Housing NT and the Central Land Council. We will share more about this project as it unfolds over the next couple of years.

In the meantime, we encourage anyone curious to learn more about the work of Housing for Health to read their 2020 Wrap Up, a concise overview of the breadth of issues they tackle.

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