10 Jun 2014
Australia’s Got Talent finalist, ten-year-old Dean Brady and his singer-songwriter father Troy Brady will headline at this year’s NAIDOC on the Peninsula event in Canberra, Sunday 6 July.
6 Jun 2014
Convened by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) and NTSCORP Limited, and hosted by the Gumbaynggirr people, traditional owners of the Coffs Harbour region, the conference promoted public debate...
4 Jun 2014
“Native title is fundamental to our future, and it is fundamental to Australia’s future. I have always argued that native title is a cornerstone of all policies related to Indigenous Affairs and essential for us to achieve economic...
3 Jun 2014
The legacy of Eddie Koiki Mabo, not only for Australia's first people but also for Indigenous people around the globe, was celebrated at the National Native Title Conference in Coffs Harbour today.
2 Jun 2014
Professor Mick Dodson welcomed more than 600 delegates from across Australia to the annual National Native Title Conference in Coffs Harbour.
26 May 2014
The After 200 Years photographic exhibition opened to the public over the weekend at Parliament House as part of 50th anniversary celebrations of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS).
23 May 2014
Mr Dave Johnston was announced as the first Indigenous winner of the 2014 Sharon Sullivan National Heritage Award in Canberra this week.
20 May 2014
Announced as part of the Library and Information Week 2014 celebrations, the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) has been named Australia’s Favourite Government Library by the Australian public.
12 May 2014
Statement from AIATSIS Principal regarding the recent election for the AIATSIS Council.
7 May 2014
This year’s National Native Title Conference theme is Living with Native Title from the Bush to the Sea. Hosted by the Gumbaynggirr people, traditional owners of the Coffs Harbour region, the conference will be held at Novotel Coffs Harbour...