The Indigenous Research Exchange improves 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 Indigenous Research Exchange is an exciting opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations to work together to translate research into meaningful, useful and practical information.
- Connect people, data, ideas and evidence
- Translate, synthesise, and disseminate evidence and data
- Make research findings more accessible, more contestable and more useable
- Shape research agendas
- Promote good practice and use good evidence
What we offer
- Yumi Sabe, the Indigenous Knowledge Exchange aims to make research findings more accessible, more contestable and more useable.
- Support for our 32 grant recipients funded through the Indigenous Research Exchange Grants Program, to help to build on the evidence base to support Indigenous decision making and policy design. Please note the current Grants program is fully expended.
About the Exchange
The aim of the Exchange is to build the evidence base to support policy and practice that improves outcomes for Indigenous Australians.
Yumi Sabe helps Indigenous communities, researchers and policy makers to access and use data.
Research grants and projects
Our research grants support high quality Indigenous-led research. We have funded a diverse range of research projects that help build the evidence base to improve the quality of Indigenous public policy.