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The Resource Indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resources in the Northern Territory : guidelines for Indigenous ecological knowledge management (including archiving and repatriation), a report commissioned by the Natural Resources Management Board (NT) component 1 (of 3); written by : Sarah Holcombe in collaboration with Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning and Terri Janke and Company Pty Ltd

Indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resources in the Northern Territory : guidelines for Indigenous ecological knowledge management (including archiving and repatriation), a report commissioned by the Natural Resources Management Board (NT) component 1 (of 3); written by : Sarah Holcombe in collaboration with Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning and Terri Janke and Company Pty Ltd

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Indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resources in the Northern Territory : guidelines for Indigenous ecological knowledge management (including archiving and repatriation)
Title
Indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resources in the Northern Territory
Title remainder
guidelines for Indigenous ecological knowledge management (including archiving and repatriation)
Statement of responsibility
a report commissioned by the Natural Resources Management Board (NT) component 1 (of 3); written by : Sarah Holcombe in collaboration with Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning and Terri Janke and Company Pty Ltd
Title variation
Guidelines for Indigenous ecological knowledge management (including archiving and repatriation)
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Language
eng
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Holcombe, Sarah
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Natural Resources Management Board (N.T.)
  • Australian National University
  • Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning
  • Terri Janke & Company
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  • Warlpiri Media Association
  • Strehlow Research Centre
  • Northern Territory Archives Service
  • Mukurtu Wumpurrarni-kari Archive
  • Groote Eylandt Aboriginal Knowledge Database
  • Traditional ecological knowledge
  • Knowledge management
Label
Indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resources in the Northern Territory : guidelines for Indigenous ecological knowledge management (including archiving and repatriation), a report commissioned by the Natural Resources Management Board (NT) component 1 (of 3); written by : Sarah Holcombe in collaboration with Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning and Terri Janke and Company Pty Ltd
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Publication
Note
"April 2009"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 34-39
Contents
Introduction: What is the purpose of these guidelines?; Who are the guidelines for?; How will the guidelines be used? -- Background and concepts: Preamble' Aboriginal customary knowledge protocols; Indigenous cultural and intellectual property (ICIP); Indigenous ecological knowledge (IEK) or Indigenous Knowledge (IK?) : bushfire management practices; Warlpiri Rangers program; Indigenous knowledge as practice; Knowledge as data; Formalised storage of Indigenous knowledge; What is an archive?; Databases or registers? -- Stages of IEK management : Collection of IEK: ethics, free prior informed consent (education and understanding); Benefit-sharing (how will participants gain); Application and use (applying and using the research); Documenting the IEK in NRM research (depending on who's keeping the records); Storage and access; Attribution and due credit: suggested traditional knowledge notice; Alternatively - Aboriginal copyright (Bannister and Hardison 2006); Repatriation: Return and feedback; Commercialisation and Equitable Benefit sharing -- Case studies: Successful examples of local knowledge centres: some key ingredients : must haves for local data base technology; Other features of successful knowledge centres/archives/data bases ; Case studies: community data bases, archives and registers; Community database case studies: Mukurtu Wumpurrarni-kari Archive - Tennant Creek (per K. Christem); Groote Eylandt Aboriginal Knowledge Database; Warlpiri Media as a keeping place (Yuendumu); Yanyuwa song line project and the Yanyuwa website (Borroloola); Non-Aboriginal archives: Strehlow Research Centre (SRC), Alice Springs; NT Archives; Commonwealth Archives; Registers: Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, Darwin and Alice Springs; The land councils (as registers) -- Appendix 1: Total and and Indigenous Australian age pyramids 2001 and 2009; Appendix 2 : http://www.desertknowledgecrc.com.au/socialscience/downloads/AborEngageprotocoltemplatedoc.pdf (page one only); Appendix 3: Relevant declarations and conventions; Relevant resources -- Appendix 4: Existing Australian protocols, guidelines (and policies): research management and IP; Indigenous archive specific
Extent
1 volume
Isbn
9781921519321
Label
Indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resources in the Northern Territory : guidelines for Indigenous ecological knowledge management (including archiving and repatriation), a report commissioned by the Natural Resources Management Board (NT) component 1 (of 3); written by : Sarah Holcombe in collaboration with Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning and Terri Janke and Company Pty Ltd
Publication
Note
"April 2009"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 34-39
Contents
Introduction: What is the purpose of these guidelines?; Who are the guidelines for?; How will the guidelines be used? -- Background and concepts: Preamble' Aboriginal customary knowledge protocols; Indigenous cultural and intellectual property (ICIP); Indigenous ecological knowledge (IEK) or Indigenous Knowledge (IK?) : bushfire management practices; Warlpiri Rangers program; Indigenous knowledge as practice; Knowledge as data; Formalised storage of Indigenous knowledge; What is an archive?; Databases or registers? -- Stages of IEK management : Collection of IEK: ethics, free prior informed consent (education and understanding); Benefit-sharing (how will participants gain); Application and use (applying and using the research); Documenting the IEK in NRM research (depending on who's keeping the records); Storage and access; Attribution and due credit: suggested traditional knowledge notice; Alternatively - Aboriginal copyright (Bannister and Hardison 2006); Repatriation: Return and feedback; Commercialisation and Equitable Benefit sharing -- Case studies: Successful examples of local knowledge centres: some key ingredients : must haves for local data base technology; Other features of successful knowledge centres/archives/data bases ; Case studies: community data bases, archives and registers; Community database case studies: Mukurtu Wumpurrarni-kari Archive - Tennant Creek (per K. Christem); Groote Eylandt Aboriginal Knowledge Database; Warlpiri Media as a keeping place (Yuendumu); Yanyuwa song line project and the Yanyuwa website (Borroloola); Non-Aboriginal archives: Strehlow Research Centre (SRC), Alice Springs; NT Archives; Commonwealth Archives; Registers: Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, Darwin and Alice Springs; The land councils (as registers) -- Appendix 1: Total and and Indigenous Australian age pyramids 2001 and 2009; Appendix 2 : http://www.desertknowledgecrc.com.au/socialscience/downloads/AborEngageprotocoltemplatedoc.pdf (page one only); Appendix 3: Relevant declarations and conventions; Relevant resources -- Appendix 4: Existing Australian protocols, guidelines (and policies): research management and IP; Indigenous archive specific
Extent
1 volume
Isbn
9781921519321

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