Exploring Indigenous Research: Conducting ethical research and improving access of research outcomes to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples






Date & Time

June 13, 2024
12:00 - 1:00pm

Location

Online

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Admission

Free

Category

2024

Join us for an collaborative webinar on Exploring Indigenous Research: Conducting ethical research and improving access of research outcomes to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on Wednesday 13 June. This interactive online session aims to deepen your understanding of ethical and responsible research practices within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Engage with leading researchers, stakeholders, and institutions as they share insights and practical guidance on conducting ethical research and enhancing the accessibility of research outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

This event is co-hosted by AIATSIS and Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, with support from the Australian Academy of Science, the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, the Australian Academy of Health and Medical SciencesACOLA, and DASSH.

Event Details:

  • Title: Exploring Indigenous Research: Conducting Ethical Research and Improving Access of Research Outcomes to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
  • Date: 13 June 2024
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Platform: Zoom
  • Registration: Free

Agenda:

  • Welcome and Introduction: Overview of the webinar objectives and agenda with Academy President Prof Richard Holden
  • Carolyn Jeffress: Yumi Sabe: Increasing access to data and information at a regional level to provide an evidence base for improved programs and policies.
  • Dr Sara Tomkins: The AIATSIS Code of Ethics Framework explained.
  • Colin Ah You: Insights into CORE: Ethics in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research. Strengthen your understanding of how to apply the AIATSIS Code of Ethics to conduct best practice, ethical Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research.


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