Indigenous and Transcultural Research Centre (ITRC)
School of Education and Tertiary Access, The University of the Sunshine Coast
The Indigenous and Transcultural Research Centre (ITRC) partners with Indigenous, migrant, refugee and culturally diverse communities to deliver impactful research nationally and internationally. Our goal is to bring opportunities for genuine and close partnerships with Indigenous and transcultural communities and engagement in co-research and community capacity exchange. Our community of transdisciplinary researchers are passionate about diversity and committed to social justice, equity and inclusion. By working together with Indigenous and transcultural communities, we seek to improve the lives and wellbeing of First Nations and culturally diverse peoples in Australia and around the globe.
- Organisation type
- University Research Centre
- Number of research staff
20-100 research staff
School of Education and Tertiary Access, 90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs QLD 4556
Strengths and capabilities
- First Nations, migrant, refugee, transcultural knowledge systems
- Creative cultural practices
- First Nations and transcultural community knowledge exchange
- Social justice, equity and inclusion
- Transdisciplinary research approaches
- Decolonising approaches to learning and research
- Promoting Indigenous, transcultural and local knowledges
- Professor Patrick Nunn—World leading researcher in climate change archaelogy
- Professor Maria Raciti—Leading expert on higher education inequality
- Professor Catherine Manathunga—Leading expert on decolonising higher education
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