AIATSISThe Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
AIATSISAustralian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Islander Studies (Canberra, Australia)
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Fifty years on, research at AIATSIS is very much focused on the way research is conducted, privileging ethical collaborations with Indigenous peoples, locally and internationally, on matters identified by Indigenous peoples as important.
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.
We anticipate receiving contributions from conference presenters for publication in the journal or as part of our AIATSIS Research Publications imprint.
In January 2012,1 conducted archival research at the AIATSIS Audio-Visual Library, Canberra, to further ascertain the strength of intergenerational Noongar song transmission.
BlackWords is also an academically sound resource for teaching Aboriginal literature, history and perspectives, particularly at secondary school levels, (3) and for this reason AIATSIS is participating in a series of workshops in schools in the western New South Wales region in 2013 and 2014.
The delegation assembled at Sydney International Airport and met up with the AIATSIS representatives accompanying them on the trip.
AIATSIS is developing its own quantum of Indigenous researchers on staff in order to have a critical mass to engage in efficient and sustainable research effort.
As part of the AIATSIS Research public program, AIATSIS is proud to showcase Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing and midwifery workforce in our first seminar series for 2013.
Around 40 people attended a 'conversation' and workshop on language revitalisation on 28-29 June held in the Mabo Room at AIATSIS.
This series has focused on showcasing research undertaken at AIATSIS and with AIATSIS partners.
AIATSIS (Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies) 2012 'Registrations open for the 2012 National Native Title Conference', <www.
Ethical approvals were received from AIATSIS and The Australian National University Human Research Ethics Committees.