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Identity and access to government records: : empowering the community, Loris Williams, Kirsten Thorpe and Andrew Wilson

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Identity and access to government records: : empowering the community
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Identity and access to government records:
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empowering the community
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Loris Williams, Kirsten Thorpe and Andrew Wilson
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eng
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Discussion of how access to government records can assist with establishing identity and empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities - why government records are important for Indigenous people, how records can assist in establishing identityand links to family, kin and country, overview of achievements of the Australian archival community on Indigenous records access over the past decade, includes issues for Indigenous people with access to government records and examples of archival projects empowering Indigenous communities; includes dedication to the memory of Loris Williams and honours her work as Queensland's first qualified Indigenous Archivist and Australia's second
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Williams, Loris
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  • Thorpe, Kirsten
  • Wilson, Andrew
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Williams, Loris
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Identity and access to government records: : empowering the community, Loris Williams, Kirsten Thorpe and Andrew Wilson
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Identity and access to government records: : empowering the community, Loris Williams, Kirsten Thorpe and Andrew Wilson
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