The second Indigenous Research Exchange grant funding round opened on 7 September and closed 30 October 2020. We apologise for the delay letting applicants know the outcome of the round, however, we received an unprecedented number of applications and unfortunately there were a number of unforeseen circumstances that have created delays with the assessment process.
We are working through the process as quickly as we can and look forward to releasing the outcomes in early April.
Thank you for your patience during this time.
Research grants and projects
Our research grants support high quality Indigenous led research. We fund a diverse range of research projects that help build the evidence base to improve the quality of Indigenous public policy.
Knowledge Exchange Platform
The Knowledge Exchange Platform will make Indigenous policy related data and evidence more available and empower community-based leadership and decision-making.
The aim of the Indigenous Research Exchange (the Exchange) is to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by ensuring there is more involvement and agency in research projects.
We encourage and support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to set research priorities, lead projects and determine the appropriate collection and use of data about communities.
The Exchange is an exciting opportunity for AIATSIS and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations to work together to translate research into meaningful, useful and practical information.