We work with communities to design evaluations that measure the things they value.
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.
See more at Case Studies.