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AIATSIS expansion sees priceless collection of Indigenous artefacts on display in Mparntwe for the first time
Indigenous locals in Mparntwe (Alice Springs) will have access to linguistic and...
Dechlan Brennan 2 Feb 2024
AIATSIS partners with First Peoples' Assembly for 2024 Summit
The Australian Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIAT...
Dechlan Brennan 8 Dec 2023
Anindilyakwa community celebrate return of cultural treasures to Groote Eylandt
Traditional Owners of Groote Eylandt have celebrated the return of 174 cultural...
Callan Morse 22 Nov 2023
Sacred objects returned home following collaboration between Warlpiri Project and AIATSIS
Senior Warlpiri men and staff from the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and To...
Callan Morse 14 Nov 2023
Anindilyakwa cultural heritage material arrives in Australia
The historic return of cultural heritage materials to their original home is alm...
Dechlan Brennan 10 Nov 2023
Dr Janine Gertz announced as 2023 Stanner Award winner

Gugu Badhun/Ngadjon-ji academic Dr Janine Gertz has been announced as the winner...

Dechlan Brennan Nov 10, 2023
ACT's first Aboriginal Supreme Court judge draws on lessons of the past to call for a better future

The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services (AIAT...

Jess Whaler Oct 14, 2023
“Highly significant” Anindilyakwa cultural heritage material to return from British museum

The historic return of cultural heritage material occurred in England on Wednesd...

Callan Morse Sep 7, 2023
Summit's timely deep dive into significance of First Nations culture

Organisers of the highly anticipated 2023 Australian Institute of Aboriginal and...

David Prestipino Jun 18, 2023
Ground-breaking national strategy for Indigenous land and water unveiled at First Nations summit

One of Australia’s biggest First Nations agencies responsible for returning and...

Brendan Foster Jun 6, 2023
One of the largest Australian Aboriginal language dictionaries ever published shortlisted for national award

The decades-in-the-making Warlpiri Encyclopaedic Dictionary has been shortlisted...

Callan Morse Apr 24, 2023
After 253 away from Country, UK college to repatriate spears taken in 1770 to La Perouse Aboriginal community

Four spears taken by Lieutenant James Cook in 1770 from Kamay (Botany Bay), are...

Giovanni Torre Mar 2, 2023
AIATSIS joins forces with Nutanix to digitise archives for future preservation and remote access

The Australian Institute of Aboriginal Torres Strait Island Studies (AIATSIS) ha...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 7, 2023
Keeping language strong and flourishing, AIATSIS launches ‘decades in the making’ Warlpiri Encyclopaedic Dictionary

Collated over more than six decades, the words of hundreds of Warlpiri speakers...

Callan Morse Jan 18, 2023
New dictionary records language and culture of East Kimberley's Giga people

Forty years in the making, the Gija Dictionary formally documents the language a...

Callan Morse Dec 9, 2022
'Best Aussie tools ever made' returned to Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung community

After being gathered by non-indigenous collectors in Victoria more than a centur...

Callan Morse Oct 24, 2022
Decoy ducks used for Traditional hunting in South Australian community return home

Duck decoys made by an early-1900s Aboriginal man in South Australia for hunting...

Tom Zaunmayr Oct 11, 2022
Second New Zealand museum returns cultural objects to central Australia’s Warumugnu people

A second New Zealand institution has agreed to the return of First Nations artef...

Callan Morse Sep 26, 2022
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