Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
The fiery curse of conservation
Land-use has driven catastrophic bushfires in Australia. University of Melbourne research says it’s time Aboriginal knowledge owners led their Country to health
Flying the flag for change?
Australian symbols have meaning for us – highlighting past and present colonialism, racism and a different future, say University of Melbourne experts.
The Garma Festival is an invitation to walk and work with the world's oldest living culture, listening deeply with purpose, says University of Melbourne expert.
We are Country
Ensuring culturally safe research isn’t simply acknowledging Country, it's recognising and empowering Indigenous Knowledge, says University of Melbourne expert.
Indigenous data governance for the 21st century
A new University of Melbourne project aims to create an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Data Commons to empower communities with data.
Bringing a living archive to life
The Living Archive challenges the idea of what an Indigenous museum collection can be and could become say experts including from the University of Melbourne.
Sustaining song and spirit
An Indigenous-led project including a University of Melbourne researcher has revitalised traditional Aboriginal song-and-dance, strengthening the community.
Big dreams of Country and culture
Deep engagement with culture can help to foster meaningful connections between educators and Indigenous young people, says a University of Melbourne expert
First Nations peoples as political designers
First Nations peoples must step into their ancient role as political designers to reshape Australian policy and institutions says University of Melbourne expert
Bringing an Aboriginal lens and ownership to health data
Working in partnership with Aboriginal communities a University of Melbourne researcher has built a comprehensive view of maternal health on Yorta Yorta country