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Democratic dialogue and capabilities: new opportunities in post-reconciliation era Australia [ 2011-02-04 - 2014-02-03 ]

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP100200216]

Researchers: Prof Patrick Dodson (Chief Investigator) ,  Professor Katharine Gelber (Chief Investigator) ,  Sarah Maddison (Chief Investigator) ,  Mr Adam Kahane (Partner Investigator)

Brief description Democratic dialogue and capabilities: new opportunities in post-reconciliation era Australia. In conflict and post-conflict societies around the world, democratic dialogue has proven to be an important element in processes designed to facilitate social change and create a more just and inclusive society. This project will make a significant theoretical and methodological contribution to national and international understanding of methods for resolving longstanding intercultural conflicts. It aims to demonstrate the role that democratic dialogue can have in transforming the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. It will test the hypothesis that the social and institutional change that is possible through dialogue will have capability-enhancing effects for Indigenous Australians.

Funding Amount $342,000

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