Native Title Anthropologist Grants Program
The Native Title Anthropologist Grant Program seeks to improve the capacity of native title anthropologists. By assisting mid to senior-level anthropologists to become 'exemplary' anthropologists, the program intends to help native title parties access qualified and experienced anthropologists and support the resolution of native title claims and the effective management of native title. The Grant Opportunity Guidelines for the 2019-22 round are available below:
Applications for the 2019-22 round closed on Thursday, 2 May 2019. Following a competitive selection process, grants were awarded to:
- Australian National University’s Centre for Native Title Anthropology
- Deakin University to support its Women in Native Title Anthropology project
- Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation for in-house professional development activities, with some activities open to anthropologists from other native title representative bodies/service providers.
Visit the Native Title Anthropologist Grant Program 2019-22 page on the Community Grants Hub website to find out more about the Native Title Anthropologist Grant Program, including feedback on applications received for the 2019-22 round and how to get notified of future grant opportunities.
Inside Policy, an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander company, has recently completed a review of the Native Title Anthropologist Grant Program. Further information on this review and future grant opportunities will be released shortly.
The Australian Government has centralised the administration of community-based grants. The Community Grants Hub delivers grant administration on behalf of Australian Government departments, agencies and organisations who provide community grants to individuals and the community sector. Email Native.Title@ag.gov.au or email@example.com to find out more.