AuSI welcomes first Visiting Fellow of 2023: Dr Kamaljit K Sangha
The ANU Australian Studies Institute (AuSI) is delighted to welcome our first Visiting Fellow of the year from our 2022-23 Visiting Fellowship Program, Dr Kamaljit K Sangha.
“We are excited to welcome Kamaljit to AuSI as our first Visiting Fellow of the year. Her two-month Fellowship will allow her to further advance her research in Indigenous well-being policies and frameworks by collaborating with relevant ANU researchers such as those from the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research."
- Professor Paul Pickering, Director, ANU Australian Studies Institute
“I feel privileged to undertake my proposed research on Indigenous well-being policies and frameworks while based at the Australian Studies Institute, ANU. The Fellowship provides me with a great opportunity to analyse existing Indigenous well-being frameworks and policies during my time in Feb-Mar 2023 at the Institute.”
- Dr Kamaljit K Sangha, Visiting Fellow, ANU Australian Studies Institute
Dr Kamaljit K Sangha is a Senior Ecological Economist at Charles Darwin University, Darwin, NT. Dr Sangha’s research is at the interface of ecology, economics and social sciences, with a focus on understanding and evaluating the links between natural resources and Indigenous well-being. Dr Sangha is currently leading an ARC-funded Discovery Project on Developing Payment for Ecosystem Services, applying participatory and collaborative approaches, in collaboration with Indigenous peoples across northern Australia.