Interplay is a scientific mapping tool that measures wellbeing holistically. We bring community into the design, to evaluate programs based on shared measures of success.
900 Aboriginal adults were surveyed from 4 different remote Aboriginal communities. Interrelationships were identified with structural equation modeling.
Better literacy outcomes from culture in school
Our framework and indicators were designed from the ground-up over 6 years in Aboriginal communities in remote Australia.
Developed as a collaboration between the Ninti One Foundation, the Australian Government's Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and Flinders University as part of the Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation (CRC-REP)
This short documentary reveals the complexity of Aboriginal culture in remote Australia. It also suggests that connecting with culture - through being on country, speaking in language, and practising culture in the everyday - improves the wellbeing of Aboriginal people living in remote Australia.
This video presents a range of perspectives on what can improve education outcomes for Aboriginal children living in remote Australia.
What does meaningful work in remote Australia look like? Watch the responses here.