Content tagged with Research

Learning to lead and teach by doing collaborative Indigenous research

Wendy Somerville is a Jerrinja woman and PhD student at the University of Canberra. Her PhD asks how we can know history through place, memory and...

Presentation - 13 Jul 2017

Converging pathways: community cultural heritage and university research

This paper follows the journey taken by an Indigenous organisation and a university to develop an Indigenous Cultural Trail through 6 communities in...

Presentation - 13 Jul 2017

The quality of qualitative research: impact and engagement in Indigenous longitudinal research and scholarship

‘The Old People sent this story to us…To remember what those cloaks mean…Their message, our story, is to return the cloaks to our People' ...

Presentation - 10 Jul 2017

Research practice and impact in Indigenous values research

The livelihood values of Indigenous customary fishing project has seen AIATSIS and three diverse Aboriginal organisations work together to document...

Presentation - 10 Jul 2017

Opening the doors for Indigenous research students

Indigenous academic achievement has been steadily growing but there is still a need for Australian universities to enable the success of Indigenous...

Presentation - 10 Jul 2017

Re-focussing qualitative research: perspectives of health services researchers

Little is known about Focus group discussion (FGD) methods in Aboriginal health services research. The Re-Focus study explores the experiences of...

Presentation - 10 Jul 2017

Embedding Indigenous voices at the State Library of New South Wales: Transforming practice through community engagement

The State Library of New South Wales (the Library) holds vast collections of material relating to the experiences of Indigenous people in Australia....

Presentation - 3 Jul 2017

In the flesh: infrastructure and research access

The Berndt Museum at the University of Western Australia has a range of collections including archive and reference material, photographs, film,...

Presentation - 3 Jul 2017

Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra

CIRI is a network of researchers who are committed to Indigenous research. A focus within the University and CIRI is to grow the number of Indigenous...

Presentation - 3 Jul 2017

Revitalising and Protecting Indigenous Knowledge

In the first week of April, Tran Tran, Nell Reidy, Doug Marmion, Thomas Allen and Amy Chesher from AIATSIS travelled to the Kiwirrkurra community to...

Blog post - 16 Jun 2017

Native Title Newsletter - Issue 1 2017

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Mabo v Queensland [No 2] (1992) (Mabo) decision in the High Court of Australia. In recognising the rights...

Publication or resource - 3 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

Day 2 - Engagement keynote address: transformative research and self-determination

Indigenous Peoples have long been the objects and subjects of research as part of the colonising project. Indeed finding out about the “other” and...

Presentation - 10 Feb 2017

Managing Information in Native Title

Vast amounts of information about people, country and culture are collected during the native title claim process, and post-determination management...

Research project - 2 May 2016

Collaborative management of protected areas

Negotiations between native title holders and government bodies for joint management arrangements over national parks and other conservation areas...

Research project - 29 Mar 2016

What's new in the ABS' Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Statistical Program?

This seminar details the recent developments and future directions of the Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS) Aboriginal and Torres Strait...

Presentation - 10 Sep 2015

AIATSIS What's new in the ABS' Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Statistical Program

SU MAHARAJ Good morning, I’m Su Maharaj and this is my colleague Mary Jackson. We’re from NCATSISS. Before we begin today, I would like to...

Video - 10 Sep 2015

Digitisation drives expansion

The new home of some AIATSIS functions at 14 Childers Street Canberra. Several functions of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres...

News - 1 Sep 2015

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