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range of disciplines, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, anthropology, labour markets, demography and public policy. Potential support includes: Full scholarships worth $23,000 a year for two years; top-up scholarships: $6,000 per year for two years and project support funding of up to $5,000 for up to two years Contact: Dr Mike Dockery: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (08) 9266 3468. > . More info at: http://crc-rep.com/research/regional-economies/population-mobilityand-labour-markets We value your views We value your views Its time again for our regular survey of our partners, to obtain your feedback, suggestions and criticisms on the experience of working with Ninti One and the benefits you see so far. Your comments are extremely valuable to us, not only in broadening our understanding of your needs and perspectives but in planning our future work on behalf of remote Australia and ensuring that we deliver what you expect of us. All responses are treated as strictly confidential. The consolidated responses are used by Ninti One to evaluate and improve our partnerships and collaborations. In some cases there may be follow-up interviews seeking more detail. I thank you for your time in completing the survey and assure you that your feedback is of the greatest value to us. > The 2014 Partner Survey can be found https://www.surveymonkey.com /s/NintiOnePartners Breaking Barriers Breaking Barriers is the title of this years National Indigenous Studies Conference, which is being hosted by AIATSIS at the National Convention Centre, Canberra from 26-28 March 2014. The conference will bring together multi-disciplinary expertise from across the Indigenous studies sector, including researchers, policy makers, community members, academics, representative organisations, consultants, traditional owners and service providers. The 3-day public program includes keynote speeches, Indigenous talking circles, workshops, panel discussions and debates as well as the delivery of conference papers. Subscribe Past Issues RSSShare Translate NintiNews February 2014 http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=db0c44a0a4db4cce9a3dccec0&i... 8 of 13 21/02/2014 1:02 PM