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Professor Andrew Gunstone

Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Reconciliation

Global and Engagement

Section/Portfolio:

Global and Engagement

Location:

Berwick Campus, Online

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Biography

Professor Andrew Gunstone is the inaugural Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor Reconciliation at Federation University. Andrew has institution-wide responsibility for all reconciliation matters and the university’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

Andrew is an international expert in academic and industry engagements and understandings of reconciliation. He has written over 130 publications, obtained 14 nationally competitive research grants, and regularly provides advice to industry, community, and governments.

Andrew is Co-Chair of the Board of Directors at Reconciliation Victoria, and is the Foundation Editor of the Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues.

Andrew previously held senior leadership roles at Swinburne University, University of South Australia, and Monash University.

National reconciliation centre to help lead national systemic change

  • Journals

Swinburne University Indigenous Teaching and Learning Strategy 2021-2023

  • Report

Reflections on Implementing a Reconciliation Action Plan

  • Journals

Swinburne University Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan 2020-2022

  • Report

Cultural Competency through a Reconciliation Action Plan

  • Journals

Swinburne University Indigenous Research Strategy 2018-19

  • Report

Awareness of Indigenous Stolen Wages in East Gippsland, Victoria

  • Journals

Identifying strategies for improving VET to higher education transitions for Indigenous learners

  • Report

Indigenous VET to Higher Education pathways and transitions: A literature review

  • Journals

Reconciliation, Peacebuilding and Indigenous Peoples in Australia

Swinburne University Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan 2017-2019

  • Report

Indigenous employment in the professions in local government

  • Report

Reconciliation, reparations and rights: Indigenous Australians and the stolen generations

The Australian reconciliation process: A case study of community education

  • Book Chapters

The Australian Reconciliation Process: An analysis

Attitudes towards reconciliation in East Gippsland, Victoria

  • Journals

Community reconciliation: A case study in Gippsland, Victoria

  • Journals

Developing Sustainable Education in Regional Australia

  • Book Chapters

Developing Sustainable Education in Regional Australia

  • Book

Indigenous stolen wages and campaigns for reparations in Victoria

  • Journals

Indigenous leadership and governance at Australian universities

  • Journals

Indigenous rights and governments in Australia

  • Journals

Reflections on teaching a first-year Indigenous Australian studies subject

  • Journals

Attitudes towards Indigenous Issues’

  • Book Chapters

Indigenous education 1991-2000: Documents, outcomes and governments

There is often a disparity in Indigenous Affairs between many documents, such as policies,...

Indigenous Peoples and Stolen Wages in Victoria, 1869–1957

Reconciliation and Commonwealth Governments in the 21st Century’

  • Journals

Reconciliation groups in Gippsland

  • Book Chapters

Reconciliation in Gippsland

  • Book Chapters

Reconciliation in Regional Australia: Case Studies from Gippsland

  • Book

Reconciliation and dialogue in regional Australia: a case study in East Gippsland

  • Journals

The impact of the Commonwealth Government’s Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) framework on Australian Indigenous Studies

  • Journals

A history of exclusion: Indigenous people and social security

  • Journals

Over a decade of despair: the Howard government and indigenous affairs

  • Book

Reconciliation and the Howard Government

  • Book Chapters

The Howard government and Indigenous affairs

  • Book Chapters

Afterward: Reconciliation and Commonwealth Governments

  • Book Chapters

Indigenous rights and the 1991-2000 Australian reconciliation process

  • Journals

The government owes a lot of money to our people: a history of Indigenous stolen wages in Victoria

  • Book

The role of Indigenous studies journals in the discipline of Indigenous studies

  • Journals

Unfinished business: the Australian formal reconciliation process

  • Book

Whiteness, Indigenous peoples and Australian universities

  • Journals

Australian Indigenous studies and Australian universities

  • Book Chapters

Australian University Approaches to Indigenous Policy

History, politics & knowledge: essays in Australian indigenous studies

  • Book

Reconciliation and Australian indigenous health in the 1990s: A failure of public policy

The Australian Reconciliation Process: an analysis

  • Book Chapters

The Politics of Saying Sorry

  • Journals

Unfinished business: The Australian reconciliation process from 1991-2000

  • Book Chapters

Community Involvement and Education in the 1991-2000 Australian Reconciliation Process

Reconciliation in East Gippsland

  • Journals

The Impact of Whiteness on the 1991-2000 Australian Reconciliation Process

  • Book Chapters

These blokes are re-inventing the 19th century: the Howard Government's record on Indigenous affairs 1996-2006

  • Journals

Unfinished business : the Australian formal reconciliation process

  • Book

The Howard Government's approach to Indigenous self-determination

  • Journals

The impact of the Howard Government upon the formal Australian reconciliation process

  • Journals

Unfinished Business: the Australian Reconciliation Process from 1991 to 2000

  • Journals

The responses of Australian governments to Indigenous challenges to the Australian state: 1967-2003

  • Journals

Positive Self-Identity for Indigenous Students and its Relationship to School Outcomes

  • Book