Centre for Remote and Rural Studies
We focus on two cross-cutting themes :
Access and inclusion – an emphasis on social inequalities ( e.g. poverty , social exclusion/inclusion, discrimination, etc.) in remote and rural areas among diverse groups /households (e.g. low income, those with mental health, different ethnic groups, migrants, etc.).
Sustainability and change – particularly in the context of economic and social changes, neoliberalism, local-global linkages, climate change, demographics, migration and technological advances within the context of remote and rural areas.
Contact Philomena de Lima.