Virginia is the Inaugural Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow with the Australian National University’s School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and the Fenner School of Environment and Society.
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On the ‘Caring for burning Country’ episode of Policy Forum Pod, Dr Virginia Marshall, Dr Annick Thomassin and PhD Scholar Sue Regan, talk about how bushfires have impacted Aboriginal people, why Indigenous knowledge should be central to policy-making, and the state of reconciliation in Australia.
Virginia Marshall is an Inaugural Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow with the ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and the Fenner School of Environment and Society.
Annick Thomassin is a Post-doctoral Fellow at the ANU Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research. She is the primary investigator of the Seachange: Aboriginal marine pathways to social inclusion project, a grassroots, research-action initiative developed in collaboration with Mogo and Batemans Bay Local Aboriginal Land Councils.
Sue Regan is a PhD Scholar and tutor at Crawford School of Public Policy. Previously, Sue was Chief Executive of the Resolution Foundation, a UK-based research institute focusing on the well-being of low earners.
This post and podcast was first published on policyforum.net, Crawford School’s platform for public policy debate, analysis, views, and discussion.