Senior Lecturer and Academic Coordinator, Nura Gili Indigenous Programs Unit, UNSW

Diana Perche’s research interests focus on politics and public policy, with a strong interest in how government decisions are made affecting Indigenous people in Australia, and how these decisions are influenced by ideology, evidence, activism and power. She is a Senior Lecturer and Academic Coordinator at Nura Gili Indigenous Programs Unit at the University of New South Wales. Before joining Nura Gili, Diana was the director of postgraduate studies in Politics and Public Policy at Macquarie University. Previously, Diana worked in a number of policy-related positions, including in the Australian Public Service.

Diana has a BA (Hons) from the University of Sydney and a Master of Politics and Public Policy from Macquarie University. She completed her PhD at the University of Sydney, on the shifting politics of Aboriginal land rights in the Northern Territory.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales
  • 2005–present
    Lecturer in Public Policy, Macquarie University

Education

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    University of Sydney, Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
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    Macquarie University, Master of Politics and Public Policy
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    University of Sydney, PhD (Public Policy)