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UOW’s Inaugural Reconciliation Guest Lecture

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University of Wollongong

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UOW’s Inaugural Reconciliation Guest Lecture: Indigenous Knowledge is not Terra Nullius

Woolyungah Indigenous Centre, office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Inclusion & Outreach) and the University of Wollongong are proud to announce the UOW’s inaugural Reconciliation Guest Lecture held in National Reconciliation Week.

Indigenous peoples’ knowledge has developed over 60,000 years of connections with land, seas and the environment. Indigenous knowledge is used in many industries including the arts, film tourism, biotechnology, archaeology and design.

As an Indigenous woman, and a Solicitor, Terri discusses how Indigenous people are seeking rights to their cultural expression and knowledge so that they can continue their culture and share in the benefits of their cultural legacy.

Terri’s lecture, titled ‘Indigenous Knowledge is not Terra Nullius’, will present a pathway that can assist the interface between Indigenous knowledge and intellectual property to assist innovation in the Australian research landscape.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Terri Janke is an international authority on Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) and has written the leading protocols and ICIP models in the film, arts, museum and archival sector. She is a valued mentor, an advocate for Indigenous business, an accredited mediator and governance expert.


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