Right of Reply – Indigenous Rights in Data & Collections symposium 2019

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Sea of Hands (Photograph courtesy of City of Sydney Archives, C. Moore Hardy Collection)

Bookings are open for the Right of Reply – Indigenous Rights in Data & Collections Symposium, which will be held on Friday 18 October 2019, 9 to 5 pm National Centre for Indigenous Excellence in Redfern.

This one-day symposium will focus on the importance of Indigenous rights in data and collections & the importance of the Right of Reply in relation to Indigenous self-determination and national truth-telling efforts. The afternoon will include a roundtable discussion to discuss where the ‘Right of Reply’ fits into the FAIR data principles.

Some of the confirmed speakers are:

  • Acting Associate Professor Jennifer O’Neal, University of Oregon, USA
  • Angie Abdilla, Old Ways, New
  • Keir Winesmith, Old Ways, New
  • Kirsten Thorpe, University of Technology Sydney
  • Associate Professor Pauline Clague, University of Technology Sydney
  • Nathan Sentance, Australian Museum
  • Dr Shannon Faulkhead, Melbourne Museum
  • Marcus Hughes, Museum of Arts and Applied Sciences (MAAS)
  • Tasha James, National Film and Sound Archive
  • Charlotte Moar and Duncan Loxton, ATSIDA

Spaces are limited – BOOK YOUR SPOT. More information available in the Indigenous Archives Collective website.


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