The 2019 ALIA Research Grant Award goes to Kirsten Thorpe

Kirsten Thorpe, Cultural and Critical Archivist, Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education & Research, University of Technology Sydney, NSW, is the latest recipient of the ALIA Research Grant Award.

Kirsten Thorpe has received this $5,000 grant for her project ‘National Survey on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment in Australian Libraries’.

The project aims to collect data on current rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment across Australian libraries. The research will both create a methodology that can be utilised to carry out future research on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment and will provide an ongoing agenda for ALIA to support Indigenous engagement within the profession.

For more information on the ALIA Research Grant Award see the website.

 

About the Australian Library and Information Association

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) is the professional organisation for the Australian library and information services sector.

With 5,000 members across Australia, we provide the national voice of the profession in the development, promotion and delivery of quality library and information services, through leadership, advocacy and mutual support. www.alia.org.au

Contact: Karolina Firman, Communications Officer, karolina.firman@alia.org.au | 02 6215 8221

 

Released
Wednesday 23 October 2019 8:45am