Institute for Social Justice

Doctoral Students

Natasha Hanisi

Natasha Hanisi

 

Natasha Hanisi comes with an extensive experience in education and community development activism. Her areas of expertise are culturally and linguistically diverse communities and marginalised families and children, in particular children and culturally responsive early intervention approaches.

Natasha’s project focus area is socio-political practice around children (including disabilities, Indigenous, and out-of-home care) denied education from formal school institutions in Australia. In particular, she is interested in the use of technology to contest these spaces of competing epistemologies (medical versus non-medical models of care), and relationality that impact continuity of care and notions of care justice; as well as decolonised Indigenous black feminist approaches to the project.

ENatasha.Hanisi@myacu.edu.au