The Institute contributes to inclusive social change through conducting research and supporting social change initiatives, teaching and training and outreach.
We support individuals, organisations and networks that are involved in social change particularly but not exclusively in Indigenous Australia and the Pacific.
We support our partners through one or more of: action research; monitoring, evaluation and learning; research design and management; thinking and working politically, adaptive programming; coalition building, and partnership brokering.
Our current projects with our partners are listed below with the most recent projects at the top.
Exploring how local actors in the Pacific are adapting what they do in the context of COVID-19.
Strengthening monitoring and evaluation of policy engagement.
Reviewing the monitoring, evaluation and learning system of Coalitions for Change
Exploring how leadership, power and political processes drive or block successful development.
Providing monitoring, evaluation and learning support to the Central Land Council.
Providing monitoring, evaluation, research and learning support to the Northern Land Council.
Improving research use in international development agencies.
Developing a Knowledge Platform
Supporting the development of a monitoring, evaluation and learning framework.
Providing support to APTC with monitoring, evaluation and learning; coalition building and partnership brokering.
Providing monitoring, evaluation, research and learning support to two DFAT-funded programs.
Developing and testing innovative methods for evaluation and evidence synthesis in international development.
Reducing violence against women and children in Timor Leste