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Self-guided historical walking tours: These walking tours are accessed via the Sydney Culture Walks app and highlight Aboriginal history, heritage & culture: https://www.sydneyculturewalksapp.com/barani-redfern 
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Kim Robertson

Charles Darwin University
Senior Analyst, Indigenous Policies and Programs
Darwin
Kim Robertson, is Senior Analyst, Indigenous Policies and Programs with the Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Leadership at Charles Darwin University and was a member of the Steering Group for Professor Smith’s 2017 NCSEHE Equity Fellowship investigating ways of strengthening evaluation in Indigenous higher education contexts in Australia. After a career in the public service, including policy and program evaluations, Kim transitioned to the University sector in 2009, assisting in the establishment of the Office of Indigenous Leadership at Charles Darwin University, with Australia’s first Aboriginal Pro Vice-Chancellor. Recent research includes; Indigenous higher education and evaluation, Northern Territory Indigenous education policy, Indigenous academic workforce, youth justice and social policy. Kim is a proud descendant of the Thanakwithi, Waanyi and Wik peoples of North Queensland. She holds a BA in Social Science (JCU), a Masters of Indigenous Social Policy (UTS) and is currently undertaking a PhD on the strength and resilience of senior Aboriginal women from Cape York.