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Introduction to Longitudinal Data Analysis, in Adelaide, 1415 November 2011. This workshop is intended for non-statisticians and statisticians new to the field of longitudinal data analysis. A basic knowledge of linear regression is assumed (as could be obtained through the first workshop 10-11 Nov). Convenor: Australian Development Agency for Statistics and Information Systems. Contact is Taryn Mungur, T: 0411 397 130, E: t.mungur@adasis-oz.com, W: http://www.adasis-oz.com/storage/events-2011/ADASIS%20Adelaide%2011.2011%20Full.pdf ========== Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights and Advocacy Training Program, Lake Bennett, Northern Territory, 2125 November 2011, funded by the Fred Hollows Foundation; there is no charge for participation. Indigenous peoples have the right to the full enjoyment, as a collective or as individuals, of all human rights and fundamental freedoms as recognised in the Charter of the UNITED NATIONS, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and international human rights law. This program is a 5-day intensive training program that will help develop knowledge, confidence and skills of community advocates to protect,promote and fulfil their human rights as recognised in Australian and International Law. Program objectives: To build knowledge of Human Rights and the Rights of Indigenous People and how this applies to the Indigenous Peoples in the Northern Territory. To look at the International Human Rights Framework and the obligations of the Australian Government to respect, protect and fulfil Human Rights and the rights of Indigenous Peoples. To explore how Human Rights can be used to hold governments accountable at the state, national and international level. To develop practical lobbying and advocacy skills. To provide opportunities for participants from the Northern Territory to share and learn from each others experiences and to develop support networks. The program is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples from Darwin and the surrounding regions, who have an interest in protecting the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Please contact: Lorelle Savage, T:02 9385 2807 or Sarah Torcasio, T:02 9385 3549, E: dtp@unsw.edu.au. Applications close Monday 7 November 2011 ******************************************************************* If you have any difficulties opening links, or other queries, please contact E: <publications@lowitja.org.au>. Archives of the CRCAH, CRCATSIH and Lowitja Institute eBulletins are available at <http://www.lowitja.org.au/newsletters>. To unsubscribe, please E: <admin@lowitja.org.au>. Communications Team The Lowitja Institute Australias National Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research mailto:t.mungur@adasis-oz.com http://www.adasis-oz.com/storage/events-2011/ADASIS%20Adelaide%2011.2011%20Full.pdf mailto:dtp@unsw.edu.au mailto:publications@lowitja.org.au http://www.lowitja.org.au/newsletters mailto:admin@lowitja.org.au