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First peoples : a roadmap for enhancing indigenous engagement in museums and galleries : indigenous roadmap / prepared by Terri Janke and Sarah Grant ; research and writing assistance, Gabriela Dounis ; designed by Amity Raymont
Bib ID 8125934
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, volume]
Author
Janke, Terri, author
 
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Description [Canberra, Australian Capital Territory] : Warralang Projects, [2018] 
©2018 
v, 40 pages : colour illustrations ; 30 cm 
Summary

"The Australian Museums and Galleries Association 10-Year Indigenous Roadmap is committed to improving Indigenous engagement and employment. The Roadmap was developed for the museums and galleries sector, in consultation with the sector. It should be read in conjunction with the Project Report, First Peoples and Australian Museums and Galleries."--Executive summary.

Notes

Title from cover.

Commissioned by Australian Museums and Galleries Association (formerly Museums Australia)

"The document contains names of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons. It also contains some language that might be considered offensive. The term Indigenous people is used throughout this Roadmap. This is used interchangeably with First Peoples. These terms are used to refer to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Indigenous Australians, who are the First Peoples of Australia."--Page [iii]

Also available online. Address as at 20 November 2019 https://223116f5-186a-4ef8-8beb-326bf73fcd09.filesusr.com/ugd/f76062_c67539d5b2e2433181f66b15ec499d89.pdf

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Subjects Indigenous peoples -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation -- Australia.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation.  |  Museums -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Australia.  |  Cultural property -- Protection -- Australia.  |  Human remains (Archaeology) -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Australia.  |  Cultural heritage - Protection - Museums and keeping places  |  Australia -- Antiquities -- Moral and ethical aspects.  |  Australia  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Grant, Sarah, author  |  Dounis, Gabriela, researcher  |  Raymont, Amity, book designer  |  Australian Museums and Galleries Association
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Roadmap for enhancing indigenous engagement in museums and galleries

Copyright information © Australian Museums and Galleries Association Incorporated, 2018. 

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Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and other First Nations people are advised that this catalogue contains names, recordings and images of deceased people and other content that may be culturally sensitive. Please also be aware that you may see certain words or descriptions in this catalogue which reflect the author’s attitude or that of the period in which the item was created and may now be considered offensive.