Northern Institute Research Reports
The Northern Institute seeks opportunities to develop cooperative projects with external entities through externally funded projects. A primary purpose of externally funded projects is to produce results to improve the wellbeing of our society. To maximise the benefits from this research, publications resulting from research activities should be disseminated as broadly as possible to allow access by other researchers and the wider community. If you wish to disseminate the reports further, please adhere to the individual reports copyright and acknowledgment protocols.
Teaching from Country: Increasing the participation of Indigenous Knowledge Holders in Tertiary Teaching through the use of emerging Digital Technologies
Disaster Resilience, Management and Preparedness in Aboriginal Communities in Darwin and Palmerston - Stage 2 Report: Indigenous Researcher Development
Disaster Resilience, Management and Preparedness in Aboriginal Communities in Darwin and Palmerston - Stage 1
Five years on from the Inquiry: Caring for older Australians, what is the viability of ageing in remote places, in Australia?
Synthesising Northern Territory Population Research: A report to the Northern Territory Department of the Chief Minister
Literature Review on Public Procurement: Theories, evidence and implications for regional Australia - Prepared background analysis for the Regional Australia Institute, September 2018
Improving the contribution of major projects to local employment in remote regions (Report for the Regional Australia Institute The Future of Regional Jobs 201)
Community Planning And Development Program - Ground Up Monitoring and Evaluation Interim Report - December 2019