DEWHADepartment of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (Australia)
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In June 2008 a further workshop was hosted by DEWHA on Indigenous information management, one result of which was Indigenous Knowledge Management Systems (Databases) Guide for Indigenous Communities (Australian Government 2008).
Interview with DEWHA Officials, supra note 238; see also Access to Biological Resources in Commonwealth Areas, supra note 238 (stating that Australia seeks to be a leader in the dynamic field of biodiscovery and, in partnership with indigenous people, biotech companies, research scientists and managers of biodiversity, the Australian, State and Territory Governments will ensure practices and advances in biodiscovery are sustainable, inclusive and rewarding).
Dr Obata is continuing to work on AUSTLANG with funding from DEWHA.
DEWHA has been working with the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations on Australia's sustainability issues and has provided input into the new national educational goals for young Australians.
In addition, in 2010 DEWHA published a Sustainability Curriculum Framework: A guide for curriculum developers to provide information and guidance to curriculum developers and policy makers on how education for sustainability may be effectively incorporated into curriculum.