This collection of works presents various ideas that write back against settler colonialism. Whilst they may not always be decolonial in their methodology or outcome, they do, in their own way attempt to support First Nations’ livelihoods and self-determination.

  • Moodie, N., K. Adams, D. Casey, K. Cripps, M. Davis, P. Dudgeon, S. Eades, S. Faulkner, S. Sutherland, J. Ward, J. Altman, K. Derry, J. Hunt, E. Klein, S. McDonnell, I. Ring, M. Yap, (2020), “Roadmap to Recovery: Reporting on a research taskforce supporting Indigenous responses to COVID-19 in Australia”, Australian Journal of Social Issues,  Online, 1-13 (2020),, (Peer Reviewed Research Journal Article)

  • Altman, J. and Klein, E. “Lessons from a basic income program for Indigenous Australians”, Oxford Development Studies, 46 (1): 132-146 (2017),, (Peer Reviewed Research Journal Article)

  • Klein, E., Cubillo, E., “Have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services Failed? A response to Weatherburn”, Australian Review of Public Affairs, 14(1):1-24 (2016),, (Peer Reviewed Research Journal Article). 

  • Klein, E. “How the ideas behind a UBI can inform the development of employment policy for remote Indigenous Australia” in Kirrily Jordan (eds), ‘Job Creation and Income Support in Remote Indigenous Australia: Moving Forward with a Better System’, CAEPR Topical Issue 2/2016, 24-25 (2016)., (Peer-Reviewed Research Publication) .

  • Klein, E., “The curious case of the use of the capability approach in Australian Indigenous policy”, Journal of Capabilities and Human Development, 17 (2): 245-259 (2015),, (Peer Reviewed Research Journal Article).

  • Klein, E. “The Capabilities Approach in Australian Indigenous Policy,” Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Working Paper 102/2015, ANU, 1-13 (2015),, (Peer-Reviewed Research Publication) .