The Family History Unit, (L-R) PJ, Judy, Narelle and Kayannie

Family history month at AIATSIS

16 Aug 2016

We can help you to research your Indigenous family history.

Award for ASP translations

26 Jul 2016

A series of titles from ASP won the Australia-China Council 2016 Special Award for Translation.

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3 months 3 weeks ago

We're recruiting ATM: Online Comms Manager; Volunteer Coordinator & Snr Archive Officer (Moving Image): Visit https://t.co/OK1UWCzcJ5


3 months 4 weeks ago

Hi. You can buy the map at https://t.co/lpapA4XdGF where we've attempted to represent all the Indigenous nations.


4 months 8 hours ago

's Seminar on Cultural safety in policy & practice at AIATSIS today is underway. #CSPP2016 https://t.co/yy2tU3xLkR


4 months 8 hours ago

Our Deputy CE0 Craig Ritchie speaking at #CSPP2016 - a Cultural safety in policy & practice seminar by https://t.co/ExT9YRbpLJ



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