Yindyamarra: Value Co-creation with Aboriginal Australians

Bringing together individuals of diverse perspectives in a research team can be challenging, especially when one perspective has been largely unacknowledged.


We observe Australian cultural protocols that have influenced the construction of this article:

We would like to acknowledge the Wiradjuri, Ngunawal, Gundungarra and Biripai (or Biripi) peoples of Australia, who are the traditional owners and custodians of the lands on which the campuses of Charles Sturt University are located and pay respect to their Elders both past and present.

Engaging Aboriginal peoples1in research projects can be challenging, whether the researchers identify as Aboriginal or otherwise, as research itself is often considered by Aboriginal people to be a 'dirty word' because it was frequently a vehicle used to...

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