AIATSIS

AcronymDefinition
AIATSISThe Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
AIATSISAustralian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Islander Studies (Canberra, Australia)
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The 2018 markets are being held between AIATSIS and the National Museum of Australia on Acton Peninsula.
In 1996, with some reluctance about leaving AIATSIS, Glenys accepted a permanent position in the "mainstream" of the Public Service at the Department of Social Security.
"The skills and experience Professor McDaniel brings to the role will ensure the long-term sustainability of AIATSIS and the protection of its cultural and heritage collection for generations to come, Minister Birmingham said.
I congratulate Professor McDaniel on his appointment and I look forward to his leadership of the AIATSIS Council.
AIATSIS acting Chief Executive Officer Craig Ritchie reaffirmed the desire for the Peninsula to develop as one of Canberras premier gathering places.
AIATSIS is an organisation that has dedicated half a century to ensuring that Indigenous cultures are preserved, and continually valued and respected, said Royal Australian Mint CEO Ross MacDiarmid.
Through these publications, AIATSIS shares the findings of research that contributes to the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, led by and in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
In a 1991 editorial for Australian Aboriginal Studies to inaugurate his term as Principal of AIATSIS, Bill Jonas wrote that the Institute had a tradition of scholars pursuing multidisciplinary research that was based on excellence and sensitivity towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Abstract: This paper reports on a project at AIATSIS to revive the Ngunawal language of the Canberra and nearby New South Wales region.
Jaky, who had a long association with AIATSIS in many guises, including most recently as a Director of Research, was the first Aboriginal woman to be general editor of Australian Aboriginal Studies.
It is gratifying to see this evolve: best practice in ethical research, in which community agency in research is foregrounded, is a key aim of research at AIATSIS.
BlackWords was established by Aboriginal writers and scholars in 2007, and in 2013 AIATSIS began a major new project in BlackWords.