Past events

14
Aug
2019

‘Settled reconciliation’ in education policy and practice: How celebrations of reconciliation can silence Indigenous diversity and agency, and perpetuate racism

Abstract Since Australia’s formal reconciliation process began almost thirty years ago, the education system has been viewed as having a critical role in un-...
07
Aug
2019

Disruption in First Nations Education

Abstract Education is often described as the single most important key in turning around social disadvantage and economic marginalisation as well as in...
31
Jul
2019

Indigenous-led verification of environmental, social and cultural outcomes of carbon farming.

Abstract Carbon farming is an opportunity for on-going ‘untied’ income for Indigenous communities.  The Australian Government through the Emissions Solution...
30
Jul
2019

Indigenous Affairs in a social media age: Q&A session with Luke Pearson on IndigenousX

Indigenous Affairs in a social media age: Q&A session with Luke Pearson on IndigenousX Policy making is changing in the social media age, and perhaps...
25
Jul
2019

Crown-Indigenous Relations in Canada: Advancing Reconciliation, Recognizing Rights, and Respecting Indigenous Self-Determination

ABSTRACT: Diverse Indigenous Peoples have lived in what is now known as Canada for untold millennia. Since at least the early 17th century, they have been...
24
Jul
2019

Building Indigenous post-graduate pipelines: Some strategies for success

Abstract The Universities Australia Indigenous Strategy 2017 - 2020 sets a broadly ambitious agenda for achievement in Indigenous Higher education....
29
May
2019

From mission control to Aboriginal control?: The ‘safety zone’ and bilingual education at Shepherdson College, Galiwin’ku, 1973-1983

Abstract A confluence of factors brought bilingual education to some remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory throughout the 1970s—including...

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