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2017

Professor Dodson steps down after 26 years

19 May 2017

After over a quarter of a century on the Council, 17 years as its Chairperson, Professor Mick Dodson AM this week has stepped down from the helm of the AIATSIS.

AIATSIS building

AIATSIS Council election results

18 May 2017

AIATSIS is pleased to announce the outcome of the recent Council election.

AIATSIS CEO Craig Ritchie Photo by Steven Rhall

Craig Ritchie announced as new AIATSIS CEO

16 May 2017

AIATSIS Council Chairperson, Professor Mick Dodson AM, announced Dhunghutti/Biripi man Craig Ritchie, as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Institute today.

Photo of Studer reel to reel tape machine

AIATSIS and IRCA formalise ties

12 May 2017

The permanent preservation of, and access to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' cultural materials is the focus of a recently signed Memorandum of Understanding between AIATSIS and IRCA.

Collaboration to revitalise Acton Peninsula for the future

Collaboration to revitalise Acton Peninsula for the future

2 May 2017

Today the National Capital Authority released the Acton Peninsula Precinct Draft Structure Plan for community consultation.

AIATSIS Research Officer and Bama Bagarrmuguwarra Thaarramali Pearson

Thaarramali Pearson selected for 2017 NIYP

24 Apr 2017

AIATSIS Research Officer and Bama Bagarrmuguwarra, Thaarramali Pearson, has been selected for the National Indigenous Youth Parliament (NIYP) to be held in Canberra from 23-29 May 2017.

Our Land is Our Birth Right – Mabo25 and Beyond

10 Apr 2017

Registrations are now open for the 2017 National Native Title Conference to be held Monday 5 June to Wednesday 7 June.

Spines of past AIATSIS research publications

Call for submissions to AIATSIS Research Publications

15 Mar 2017

We are now accepting submissions from researchers and academics in Australia and internationally whose work has a connection with Australian Indigenous studies.

ANIRC 2017 program announced

1 Mar 2017

Over 150 leading thinkers, covering the spectrum of Indigenous research and policy development, will come together for three days of thought provoking discussion.

Dr Virginia Marshall portrait

Overturning aqua nullius – securing Aboriginal water rights

22 Feb 2017

The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG officially launched the latest Aboriginal Studies Press publication, Overturning aqua nullius, in Sydney today.

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