ATSIPHJ - AIATSIS Video's
- Tjilpi Bob Randall - My Brown Skin baby
Dr Virginia Marshall - Overturning Aqua Nullius; securing Aboriginal water rights
Dr Virginia Marshall speaking at the launch of her book, Overturning Aqua nullius - securing Aboriginal water rights. 22 February, 2017 at the Moot Court, UTS.
Hon. Michael Kirby - Overturning Aqua Nullius
Hon. Michael Kirby speaking at the launch of the ASP book, Overturning Aqua nullius - securing Aboriginal water rights. 22 February, 2017 at the Moot Court, UTS.
- Singing the Train
- Possum Skin Cloak - Mixing the ochre
- AIATSIS Possum Skin Cloak - Burning the design
- AIATSIS Possum Skin Cloak - Making the resin
AIATSIS Possum Skin Cloak - Sewing the Skins
Yorta Yorta artist, Lee Darroch, explains the stitching techniques used for the AIATSIS and other contemporary possum skin cloaks.
Neil Jupurrula - Hang Glider story
Warlpiri Lajamanu man, Neil Jupurrula recounts a story after finding familiar faces in AIATSIS' pictorial database.
Aboriginal Art Market December 2016
Customers at the December 2016 Aboriginal Art Market discuss their purchases and impressions of the day.
- Singing the Train - Online Exhibition
Applying Indigenous data governance principles in large scale Indigenous public health research - J. Walker & C.R. Jones
Indigenous peoples, researchers and governments are increasingly interested in using Indigenous population registries. The data from these registries are being linked with other government-held administrative and routinely collected data to conduct research on health services use and ongoing monitoring of population health. While this use of administrative data is important for Indigenous peoples, there are some key considerations for the management and use of Indigenous-identified health data.
We will describe an illustrative case in Canada of Indigenous data governance to the secondary use of an Indigenous population registry linked to administrative and routine data collections.
In Canada, First Nations organizations have established a set of principles to assert their right to retain collective ownership, control, access and possession (OCAP®) of First Nations data. In Ontario, the Chiefs of Ontario and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) entered into a Data Governance Agreement in 2012 that respects OCAP® and dictates that decisions about the use of First Nations-identified data at ICES are governed by First Nations. The Data Governance Agreement has facilitated the linkage of the federal Indian Registry System data file to a rich array of population-level health administrative data sources held at ICES. This data linkage project has resulted in the creation of the largest First Nations health research study cohort in Canada (n = 200,000) and is being used by the Chiefs of Ontario for disease surveillance and evaluation of health services.
Indigenous data governance can be achieved through ensuring that institutions that conduct data linkage and research using administrative and routine data collections have appropriate data governance mechanisms in place.
- Keith Rory and Lorrae McArthur - Looking back and forward: land and sea rights in the Northern Territory
- Nagra SN
Joe Morrison - Indigenous rights and nation building 40 years on: the Aboriginal Land Rights Act
Indigenous rights and nation building 40 years on:
the Aboriginal Land Rights Act
Samuel Bush-Blanasi, Joe Morrison
Thursday, 2 June, Darwin Convention Centre
- Melany Laycock - Alfresco DAMs/EDRMs at AIATSIS
- Youth Forum (National Native Title Conference 2016)
- Professor Taiaiake
- Erika Charola at the Yijarni book launch, Kalkarindji
- Patrick Dodson at the Yijarni book launch, Kalkarindji
- Russell Taylor at the Yijarni book launch, Kalkarindji
- Yijarni - True Stories from Gurindji Country
- Nick Testro, Robert Sowerby - Native title benefits in future act agreements: what is the best model?
- Megan Davis, Rachel Perkins, Marcia Langton, Shireen Morris - Substantial Constitutional Reform and Indigenous Rights
- Gerald Taiaiake Alfred, Jeff Corntassel, Lisa Strelein - Everyday acts of resurgence