Indigenous Knowledge

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Health & Medicine

As the seasons change, so too does Billibellary’s expectation of his environment

Billibellary’s Walk is a guided walk through the University’s Parkville campus that presents a narrative of Aboriginal ‘place’ on Wurundjeri Country and asks participants to experience its meaning in both the past and present

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Environment

Indigenous knowledge has the power to help address the climate crisis

Indigenous advocates aim to ensure that Indigenous knowledge is fully recognised as part of the solution to climate change

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Health & Medicine

Australia needs to value Indigenous knowledge in medical education

PhD candidate Dr Paul Saunders is bringing inter-cultural capabilities into medical practice with an aim to inspire generational change

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Arts & Culture

Working to preserve cultural tradition through technology

Ngarluma man Andrew Dowding’s research fuses education, innovation and heritage in digital mapping to empower Indigenous Australians

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Education

Why leadership in Indigenous higher education has never been more important

From the Voice referendum to the climate crisis, now is the time for strong leadership in Indigenous higher education

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Sciences & Technology

Taking Indigenous Australia to NASA

Tully Mahr is one of five Australians heading to an internship with NASA, where the 21-year-old will spend three months researching life’s origins and planet habitability

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Sciences & Technology

The fiery curse of conservation

Land-use legislation has driven catastrophic bushfires in southeast Australia. Now is the time for Aboriginal people with the knowledge and desire to return their Country to health

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Arts & Culture

Sustaining song and spirit

The decade-long Junba Project in the Kimberley has helped revitalise the public song-and-dance tradition, strengthening community spirit and the confidence of young people

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Health & Medicine

Big dreams of Country and culture

A deep engagement with culture can help foster meaningful connections between educators and Indigenous young people

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Environment

Cultivating inclusive research

Being outside of the mainstream helped guide Dr Andrea Rawluk onto a path of research that asks us to challenge the status quo to integrate the environment and society

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Acknowledgement of country

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Owners of the unceded lands on which we work, learn and live. We pay respect to Elders past, present and future, and acknowledge the importance of Indigenous knowledge in the Academy.

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