Content tagged with Indigenous peoples

Something about emus: Bininj stories from Western Arnhem Land

The emu is an iconic Australian bird of significance to all Australians, but especially so to Indigenous Australians who have had a special...

Publication or resource - 6 Apr 2017

Something about emus: Bininj stories from Western Arnhem Land

The emu is an iconic Australian bird of significance to all Australians, but especially so to Indigenous Australians who have had a special...

Publication or resource - 5 Apr 2017

Call for submissions to AIATSIS Research Publications

AIATSIS Research Publications is now accepting submissions from researchers and academics in Australia and internationally whose work has a...

News - 15 Mar 2017

The Famous Erambie Allblacks

With local competitions and the NRL winding up, Koori communities all over New South Wales are finalising plans for their Knockout teams. The all...

Blog post - 27 Sep 2016

Facelift for collections catalogue

The new look Mura® landing page. The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is pleased to announce...

News - 20 Jul 2015

Getting PBCs off the Ground

The Getting PBCs off the Ground project offers support to native title corporations - Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBCs) in two main ways:...

Research project - 27 Feb 2015

Evidence-based policy making in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health

Evidence-based policy making in health is of great importance when addressing issues of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health inequalities....

Publication or resource - 15 Feb 2015

Contact

In 1964, authorities enter the Great Sandy Desert to clear the potential crash zone for a rocket test. In the process, they recorded their first...

Publication or resource - 11 Feb 2015

Back trackers: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people making history

This video provides information about the importance of recording and documenting local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history. It...

Publication or resource - 11 Feb 2015

Recognising Indigenous peoples in the Australian Constitution: What the Constitution should say and how the referendum can be won

The federal government has committed to holding a referendum at or before the next federal election on recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait...

Publication or resource - 5 Feb 2015

Genocide in Australia

Hephzibah Menuhin was a better musician than a sociologist. But a line in one of her books remains with me: that the test of a nation's civility and...

Publication or resource - 4 Feb 2015

The community game: Aboriginal self-definition at the local level

The concept of community invokes notions of an idealised unity of purpose and action among social groups who are perceived to share a common culture...

Publication or resource - 4 Feb 2015

Back to Redfern: Autonomy and the 'Middle E' in relation to Aboriginal Health

ABC’s flagship current affairs program PM for 21 June 2006, juxtaposed three Indigenous items. The first recorded the launch in Canberra of Australia...

Publication or resource - 4 Feb 2015

Reconciling Indigenous Peoples' Sovereignty and State Sovereignty

The concept of ‘shared sovereignty’ is examined as a contribution to the debate on reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in Canada and...

Publication or resource - 4 Feb 2015

Aboriginal Darwin: A guide to exploring important sites of the past and present

Summary To most visitors and locals, Darwin is a vibrant, tropical city in the Top End. Although not always obvious to visitors, Darwin is also a...

Publication or resource - 3 Dec 2014

Capacity building and approaches to disputes

This project builds on the work of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), especially its Indigenous...

Research project - 2 Dec 2014