7 May 2014
This year’s National Native Title Conference theme is Living with Native Title from the Bush to the Sea. Hosted by the Gumbaynggirr people, traditional owners of the Coffs Harbour region, the conference will be held at Novotel Coffs Harbour...
22 Apr 2014
The Governor-General of Australia visited the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), within a month of taking office.
2 Apr 2014
A delegation from the National Committee for Ethnic Minorities of Vietnam visited the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) today on a fact finding mission.
1 Apr 2014
Historically, photographs of Indigenous Australians were often produced under unequal and exploitative circumstances. Today, however, such images represent a rich cultural heritage for descendants.
31 Mar 2014
From the 26 – 28 March 2014, AIATSIS held its biennial Indigenous Studies Conference with the theme ’Breaking Barriers in Indigenous Research and Thinking: 50 years on’.
25 Mar 2014
Thirty dancers, singers and ceremonial elders from Arnhem Land converged on Reconciliation Place in Canberra Tuesday 25 March, to re-enact an ancient Aboriginal Lorrkkon Ceremony honouring Big Bill Neidjie – affectionately known as The Kakadu Man...
20 Mar 2014
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies’ (AIATSIS) Research Fellow in Health and Social and Emotional Wellbeing, Mr. Stewart Sutherland, was announced as the winner of the prestigious Lowitja Institute Student...
6 Mar 2014
Staff and invited guests gathered at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Thursday 6 March, to mark International Women’s Day and celebrate the announcement of the 2014 Shirley Ann Williams award winner...
5 Mar 2014
Results of the National Indigenous Languages Survey 2 (NILS 2) released today, paint a complex picture of the current state of health of Indigenous languages in Australia, but also show a growing recognition of their value as elements of identity...
4 Mar 2014
Aboriginal Australians are nearly 18 times more likely than non-Aboriginal Australians to end up in prison. This is six times larger than the disparity between African-American and white imprisonment rates in the United States.