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Forty years on : political transformation and sustainability since the Referendum and into the future | conference program and handbook

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Forty years on : political transformation and sustainability since the Referendum and into the future | conference program and handbook
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Forty years on
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  • political transformation and sustainability since the Referendum and into the future
  • conference program and handbook
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eng
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Program and abstracts for papers to be presented at the AIATSIS Conference
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non fiction
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Forty years on : political transformation and sustainability since the Referendum and into the future | conference program and handbook
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  • Academic session rationales, speakers, titles and abstracts: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - a new recognition? / Mick Dodson -- Second keynote address : The Howard Government's Northern Territory intervention: are neo-paternalism and Indigenous development compatible? / Jon Altman -- Third keynote address: Reconciling Indigenous peoples' sovereignty and state sovereignty / Paul L.A.H. Chartrand -- Session 01 : The political transformation of health research / Kerry Arabena, Ruth Nicholls, Graham Henderson -- Pt 1: Decolonisation and the politics of health research: The Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health: a new approach to research development / Mick Gooda -- The Torres Strait Islander Institute. Rehoboth: the Torres Strait "Free thinking" Symposium 2007 / Phillip Mills -- "They were not distanced from their families and grew up in full knowledge of their backgrounds" : the generational implications of the dormitory system / Brian McCoy -- Who chooses what evidence? : research and political constructions of people, place and policy / Rosemary Aldridge -- Pt 2: The politics of collaboration in research - case studies: Keeping Aboriginal health research in Aboriginal hands: a case-study / Julie Tongs -- More than methodology: community-based collaborative research / Ruth Nicholls -- Pt 3 : Ethical transformations in health research : Keeping research on track : a guide for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples about health research ethics / Terry Dunbar and Margaret Scrimgeour -- The role of an independent Research Ethics Committee: keeping researchers honest / Chrissy Grant -- Using ethical guidelines to negotiate health research agreements and consent with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities / Terry Dunbar -- Session 02: Let their voices be heard: Australian Indigenous languages since the 1967 Referendum: A history of research on Indigenous languages from 1967 until now, with special reference to the role of AIATSIS / Michael Walsh -- Indigenous language policy since 1967 / Graham McKay -- OLCAP - Online Language Community Access Pilot / Jason Lee -- Ngapartji Ngapartji - language policy and the arts / Melanie Gillbanks -- The inheritance of language loss and the language learning journey: a personal story / Lesley Woods -- Our languages in dire straits / Lenora Adidi -- Australian Indigenous Languages studies: what the AUSTLANG project tells us / Kazuko Obata -- Session 03: The politics of writing history : Can I write your history / Gaynor McDonald -- Why do others write Indigenous histories / Paul Coe -- Approaching Aboriginal history: wellbeing, family and identity for Worimi / Vicki Grieves -- Marketing settler identity: history wars, fictive conversations and Indigenous historiography / Norm Sheehan -- Session 4: A literary coming of age? : spotlighting Indigenous voices : Introduction: Publishing Indigenous voices / Rhonda Black -- Unfettering Indigenous writers / Larissa Behrendt -- Getting traditional community stories onto the pages / Sue Davenport and Peter Johnson, Yuwali -- Related workshop: Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa: keeping culture strong and creating a sustainable future: Sue Davenport and Peter Johnson; Yuwali and Sandra Nixon -- Session 05: The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board 1975 - 2007 and the transformation of Australian culture through recognition of Aboriginal arts : Keeping culture strong / Lydia Miller; Reflections on the Aboriginal Arts Board 1982-86 / Gary Foley -- Session 06: Dealing with difference and making a difference: lessons for building successful service delivery to Indigenous clients : Dealing with difference and making a difference: Murdi Paaki Regional Enterprise Corporation's approach / Janelle Whitehead and Megan Callinan -- Giving and receiving: making a difference: the Worn Gundidj story / John Collyer -- Dealing with difference and making a difference: Victorian Aboriginal Child Care
  • Session 17: Forty years on: what do official statistics tell us about Indigenous well being? / Jon Altman, Boyd Hunter -- "Some Indigenous uses of official statistics" / Tim Rowse -- Brief history of health statistics for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples / Fadwa Al-Yaman -- Long-run trends in "Practical reconciliation": 1971-2006 / Jon Altman, Nicholas Biddle and Boyd Hunter -- Counting the Australian Indigenous population: 1971 to 2006 and beyond / Nicholas Biddle, John Taylor -- Invisible mobilities? engaging with statistically "un-captured" Indigenous population dynamics / Sarah Pout
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
35, [7] p.
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Forty years on : political transformation and sustainability since the Referendum and into the future | conference program and handbook
Publication
Contents
  • Academic session rationales, speakers, titles and abstracts: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - a new recognition? / Mick Dodson -- Second keynote address : The Howard Government's Northern Territory intervention: are neo-paternalism and Indigenous development compatible? / Jon Altman -- Third keynote address: Reconciling Indigenous peoples' sovereignty and state sovereignty / Paul L.A.H. Chartrand -- Session 01 : The political transformation of health research / Kerry Arabena, Ruth Nicholls, Graham Henderson -- Pt 1: Decolonisation and the politics of health research: The Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health: a new approach to research development / Mick Gooda -- The Torres Strait Islander Institute. Rehoboth: the Torres Strait "Free thinking" Symposium 2007 / Phillip Mills -- "They were not distanced from their families and grew up in full knowledge of their backgrounds" : the generational implications of the dormitory system / Brian McCoy -- Who chooses what evidence? : research and political constructions of people, place and policy / Rosemary Aldridge -- Pt 2: The politics of collaboration in research - case studies: Keeping Aboriginal health research in Aboriginal hands: a case-study / Julie Tongs -- More than methodology: community-based collaborative research / Ruth Nicholls -- Pt 3 : Ethical transformations in health research : Keeping research on track : a guide for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples about health research ethics / Terry Dunbar and Margaret Scrimgeour -- The role of an independent Research Ethics Committee: keeping researchers honest / Chrissy Grant -- Using ethical guidelines to negotiate health research agreements and consent with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities / Terry Dunbar -- Session 02: Let their voices be heard: Australian Indigenous languages since the 1967 Referendum: A history of research on Indigenous languages from 1967 until now, with special reference to the role of AIATSIS / Michael Walsh -- Indigenous language policy since 1967 / Graham McKay -- OLCAP - Online Language Community Access Pilot / Jason Lee -- Ngapartji Ngapartji - language policy and the arts / Melanie Gillbanks -- The inheritance of language loss and the language learning journey: a personal story / Lesley Woods -- Our languages in dire straits / Lenora Adidi -- Australian Indigenous Languages studies: what the AUSTLANG project tells us / Kazuko Obata -- Session 03: The politics of writing history : Can I write your history / Gaynor McDonald -- Why do others write Indigenous histories / Paul Coe -- Approaching Aboriginal history: wellbeing, family and identity for Worimi / Vicki Grieves -- Marketing settler identity: history wars, fictive conversations and Indigenous historiography / Norm Sheehan -- Session 4: A literary coming of age? : spotlighting Indigenous voices : Introduction: Publishing Indigenous voices / Rhonda Black -- Unfettering Indigenous writers / Larissa Behrendt -- Getting traditional community stories onto the pages / Sue Davenport and Peter Johnson, Yuwali -- Related workshop: Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa: keeping culture strong and creating a sustainable future: Sue Davenport and Peter Johnson; Yuwali and Sandra Nixon -- Session 05: The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board 1975 - 2007 and the transformation of Australian culture through recognition of Aboriginal arts : Keeping culture strong / Lydia Miller; Reflections on the Aboriginal Arts Board 1982-86 / Gary Foley -- Session 06: Dealing with difference and making a difference: lessons for building successful service delivery to Indigenous clients : Dealing with difference and making a difference: Murdi Paaki Regional Enterprise Corporation's approach / Janelle Whitehead and Megan Callinan -- Giving and receiving: making a difference: the Worn Gundidj story / John Collyer -- Dealing with difference and making a difference: Victorian Aboriginal Child Care
  • Session 17: Forty years on: what do official statistics tell us about Indigenous well being? / Jon Altman, Boyd Hunter -- "Some Indigenous uses of official statistics" / Tim Rowse -- Brief history of health statistics for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples / Fadwa Al-Yaman -- Long-run trends in "Practical reconciliation": 1971-2006 / Jon Altman, Nicholas Biddle and Boyd Hunter -- Counting the Australian Indigenous population: 1971 to 2006 and beyond / Nicholas Biddle, John Taylor -- Invisible mobilities? engaging with statistically "un-captured" Indigenous population dynamics / Sarah Pout
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
35, [7] p.

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