Redefining Indigenous Self-Determination in Australian Public Policy– PhD Scholarship
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is seeking suitable applicants to undertake a PhD on the topic of Indigenous self-determination in Australian public policy.  The PhD scholarship is valued at $40,000 pa. The scholarship will commence from 2019.
 
This project will suit an applicant who has completed Masters or Honours level studies in political or policy studies, Australian studies, Indigenous studies or legal studies, and has an in-depth understanding of Indigenous politics and public policy processes. It would particularly suit applicants with previous experience in the public sector or with experience in working in Indigenous organisations or non-government organisations with a focus on Indigenous service delivery or advocacy.
 
The following link provides more detail on the proposed PhD topic and the supervisory team
 
If you are interested in submitting an application you can contact any of members of the supervisory team
Dr Christopher Walker, Head, School of Social Sciences – c.walker@unsw.edu.au
Dr Diana Perche, Academic Coordinator, Nura Gili Indigenous Programs Unit – diana.perche@unsw.edu.au
Associate Professor Reuben Bolt, Director, Nura Gili Indigenous Programs Unit – r.bolt@unsw.edu.au
 
The link below provides more general information about the 700 UNSW Scientia scholarships on offer, as well as links to the application process. 
 
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