A key objective of the Centre is to advance knowledge of CSC theory and develop contextually grounded theoretical perspectives.
CfCSC staff lead several projects that are of a transdisciplinary nature. Participatory communication principles and methods are applied to facilitate the sharing of disciplinary and cultural perspectives of project stakeholders to formulate shared agendas and methodologies to address issues in complex livelihood systems.
The CfCSC has been awarded over $10 million for international research projects from major research funding bodies since its inception. These include several projects in Indonesia and Vietnam funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research. Read more about CfCSC projects here.
The CfCSC continues to publish an extensive body of work on CSC research and application. A list of publications is available here.