|Experience Duration from (year)||Expertise||Description|
Kimberley Land Council in the anthropology team.
Australian Human Rights Commission in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Native Title and Social Justice team.
Research Assistant & Co-Author
Undertaking an in depth systematic literature review of Australian Aboriginal community safety programs at the Koori Justice Unit, Victoria. The review was developed and executed for the Coalition of Australian Governments Closing the Gap Clearinghouse, and included using the Maryland Methods Scale to decipher successful evaluations and programs. During this project I worked on site at the Department of Justice, networking with other employees and learning the processes of the public sector. I was lucky enough to enjoy attending public justice forums, hearing community concerns, meeting Elders and influential community leaders. This position gave me the inspiration and determination to continue working within the Aboriginal space into the future.
|Education Duration from (year)||Degree Type||Degree Title||Institution|
2013 to 2015
Applied Cultural Analysis
Lund University Sweden
2008 to 2012
Bachelor of Arts Anthropology media communications
University of Melbourne
|Day A, Jones R, Francisco A. Programs to improve interpersonal safety in Indigenous communities: evidence and issues. Closing the Gap Clearinghouse, Australian Insitute for Health & Welfare; 2013.|
|Day A, Francisco A. Social and emotional wellbeing in Indigenous Australians: identifying promising interventions. Australia & New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 2013;37(4).|