Timber Creek compensation case
The Timber Creek compensation case is one of the most important Native Title Decisions since the historic Mabo ruling in 1992.
Indigenous Australian Languages
Language is more than just a means to communicate, it is an essential characteristic that makes people and communities unique, and plays a central role in a sense of identity.
International Women's Day posters
Over the years, we have produced an International Women’s Day poster that features an inspirational image from the AIATSIS Collection or a prominent role model in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Laurie Baymarrwaŋa ('big boss') was an Aboriginal elder from the Crocodile Islands who was instrumental in preserving Yan-nhangu language
On International Women's Day 2017, AIATSIS honours Dr June Oscar AO
The UN Women National Committee’s theme for International Women Day’s 2017, Empower a woman, empower a nation, is about transforming the lives of women and girls through empowerment.
My Father’s Studio
Gracing the corridors of AIATSIS are a series of linoprints from the 1960s onwards by the late, great Wiradjuri artist, poet and writer, Kevin Gilbert. Kevin (my Dad) was noted as the first Aboriginal person to create linoprint works.
AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia
The AIATSIS Map of Indigenous Australia is an attempt to represent all the language, tribal or nation groups of the Indigenous people of Australia.
Lake Eyre Basin - Aboriginal Way Map
The Lake Eyre Basin Aboriginal Way Map details significant cultural information and spans 1.2 million square kilometres across inland Australia.
Mapping NSW Aboriginal Missions, Stations, and Camps 1883-1969
This interactive map of New South Wales Aboriginal Missions, Stations and Camps identifies the locations and provides information about Aboriginal reserves, camps, stations, children’s homes, and some unofficial settlements operating under the tenure of the Aborigines Protection Board during its active years.
Apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples
The National Apology to the Stolen Generations came about as a recommendation from The National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal Children from their Families. It highlighted the suffering of Indigenous families under the Commonwealth, state and territory Aboriginal protection and welfare laws and policies.
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