The Invasive Animals CRC is a member of AMRRIC - Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities because the group is doing important work, mainly in reducing camp dog populations. Several years ago, the CRC organised for Senestech Inc to present at AMRRIC's "Dogpeople" conference and the similarities between Australian Aboriginal and Native American community issues with dogs were remarkable. Dogs are wanted in the communities, but often not individually "owned" by a community member, leading to overpopulation.
AMRRIC has an impressive number of research relationships. They are assisting researchers roll out projects from the Australian Animal Welfare; in conjunction with Melbourne University and a number of other prestigious research organisations. AMRRIC has hosted some really good conferences, and all the proceedings are available on their website.
If you have an interest in dog management, it's worth getting to know AMRRIC. The logo above gives a link.