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Tahlia Eastman

Research Fellow

The University of Melbourne

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Tahlia Eastman is a Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, where she is investigating family violence policy, service delivery and legal assistance, aiming to enable better access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of family violence.

Tahlia previously worked as Policy Research Adviser at the Lowitja Institute, playing a vital role in many research projects including; key researcher in the 2018 Journeys to Healing and Strong Wellbeing – a project conducted by the Lowitja Institute for the National Mental Health Commission. She contributed to the NHMRC Road Map three set of recommendations and engaged with key stakeholders to write and edit the 2019, community driven, Close the Gap Campaign Report.

Tahlia has recently completed a post-graduate thesis with first-class Honours at the University of Melbourne on Aboriginal identity politics. She is commencing her PhD in May 2020.

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