Indigenous natural resource management and livelihoods

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Project leader(s)

Jon Altman is the Oceania regional leader on the in the major international comparative project Centre pour la conservation et le développement autochtones alternatifs (CCDAA) or Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives (CICADA) administered by McGill University, Montréal, Québec under the overall direction of Professor Colin Scott. He is also co-leader of Axis 3: livelihoods and food security: coping with neoliberal growth In this research Professor Altman will focus on his ongoing research with ranger groups working in the vast region from Kakadu National Park to North East Arnhem Land.

Image: Kakadu National Park by pen_ash (Pixabay) under Pixabay Licence

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Professor Jon Altman

Professor Jon Altman has a disciplinary background in economics and anthropology. From 1983–90 he was a postdoctoral fellow, research fellow and senior research fellow in the Department of...

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Society, safety and health

The Society, Safety and Health cluster has four research themes:

  • Policy processes and the social determinants of health inequities
  • Governance for health equity
  • Food systems, nutrition and climate change
  • Regulation and governance of health care systems

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