Advanced Indigenous Development Approaches

When: 
Monday 9 September–Friday 13 September 2019
Where: 
Institute for Social Science Research, Long Pocket Precinct, 80 Meiers Rd, Indooroopilly, QLD 4068, Brisbane
Time: 
9:00am5:00pm
Cost: 
$2750

About

Policy makers and practitioners – whether employed in the public, private, NGO or Indigenous sectors – have realized the importance of taking a developmental approach when tackling challenging problems in Indigenous and other disadvantaged contexts. They are looking for locally-led solutions to complex problems that supplement and strengthen existing service delivery and funding efforts.

Key topics covered in this course include:

  • Place-based and locally-led approaches
  • Cultural competency in relationships
  • Advanced participatory methods
  • Strengthening community governance
  • Conflict resolution
  • Strengths-based and problem-driven approaches
  • Gendered analysis
  • Political economy stakeholder analysis
  • Adaptive program logics and complexity
  • Data-driven monitoring and evaluation
  • Personal challenges and coping strategies

This course is aligned to several competencies within the Leadership competencies for Queensland framework, in particular those associated with Vision: leads strategically, stimulates ideas and innovation, leads change in complex environments, and makes insightful decisions.

To find out more and to register, visit the ISSR website.

Contact

Email: 
mark.moran [at] uq.edu.au