"A new generation of Indigenous people are turning dreams into reality: Education; economic participation, self- esteem and success are part of this new Indigenous world, and there is no going back" (Marcia Langton (2013). Boyer lectures 2012: The quiet revolution: Indigenous people and the resources boom. Sydney: HarperCollins).
Indigenous Thriving answers these needs and brings together a partnership of leading Australian and international Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers, next generation researchers, government, industry partners, and communities with a shared commitment to addressing Indigenous disadvantage as a critical issue of our time. Indigenous Thriving’s purpose is to enable Indigenous children, youth, and communities to not just succeed but thrive with a focus on educational, physical, psychological, and family and community thriving. Indigenous Thriving employs:
The program explores how to identify and replicate Indigenous Australians’ well-being to enable them to attain positive educational and life outcomes.
MA, GradDipEd, BEd, PhD
IT’s purpose is to enable Indigenous children, youth and communities to, not just succeed, but thrive.View program
This research steam explores the factors that allow humans to flourish and to contribute to their community and society.View program
This program focuses focused on understanding human motivation and behaviour for the promotion of human wellness.View program