The focus of Byamee Institute’s work is the economic development and quality of life of Australia’s First People. In order for it to have a meaningful impact, we must challenge and present alternatives to the dominant colonist worldview as embodied in research, knowledge, science, evidence, policy and practice.
In the coming months we will be gathering work and content from innovative thinkers and researchers in this field, and presenting information in ways grounded in Aboriginal science, knowledge and worldview.
Byamee Institute Founder and CEO Simon Jovanovic’s ground breaking research thesis Problematisation of New South Wales government Aboriginal employment policy 
Byamee Institute Founder and CEO Simon Jovanovic discussing failed Aboriginal employment policies on NITV’s “The Point”:
Byamee Institute Founder and CEO Simon Jovanovic co-hosting The 2014 ‘Mana Allawah’ (Darug for ‘get together’) Aboriginal Summit at Macquarie University – an example of culturally strong yarning circles helping to shape policy. 

Published Articles by Byamee Institute Team and Collaborators

Indigenous Australians Aren’t The Issue 
Australia’s policymakers must address the cultural and institutional barriers that exist for Indigenous Australians instead of framing them as a problem for society, Simon Jovanovic and George Denny-Smith write.
The problems with ‘racialised’ Indigenous employment policies
Employment as a social inclusion tool can be detrimental for the people it targets if they are only offered low-level, inferior quality jobs, writes Simon Jovanovic.