Early Bird registration is now OPEN until 19 March for the AIATSIS Summit 2023, scheduled for 5 to 9 June. The summit will be co-convened with the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council (SWALSC) on Noongar boodja at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
This year's summit will bring delegates from around Australia for one of the largest gatherings of its kind. The five-day program will encompass plenary sessions, panel discussions, individual presentations, and various workshops, including the 2023 Mabo Lecture.
The summit will showcase a range of exhibitors throughout the week with an engaging social program, culminating in a gala dinner for delegates and their guests on the final night. The summit will be a week of learning, networking, socialising, and sharing experiences; it is not to be missed, so get in quick to secure your ticket today! TICKETS.
The 2023 AIATSIS Summit will build on the success of the 2022 event held on Kabi Kabi Country. Over 350 presenters, of whom more than 70 per cent were Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, offered more than 120 presentations. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, academics, native title stakeholders, legal experts, government and the community, cultural, educational, languages, and GLAM sectors will collaborate to address current and future challenges.
The theme ‘Navigating the spaces in-between’ is a proven stimulus for ideas and engagement. The program for 2023 provides the opportunity to explore radical creativity and how First Nations people can reimagine the future.
For the AIATSIS Summit 2023, AIATSIS is delighted to partner with SWALSC and its regional corporations in developing a program on Noongar boodja that will encourage and reward both vision and enterprise.
Learn more about the AIATSIS Summit 2023 and register for the event here