The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is co-convening the 2019 AIATSIS National Indigenous Research Conference (ANIRC) with Queensland University of Technology (QUT). It will draw together researchers, policymakers, cultural and collecting institutions, the corporate sector, and Indigenous organisations and communities to consider the capacity of the research sector to meet the needs of Indigenous policy and community into the future.
The conference will be held at QUT’s Gardens Point Campus in Brisbane over three days, Monday 1 to Wednesday 3 July, and will include an opening reception and dinner.
Research for the 21st century
ANRIC 2019 will build on our previous themes of impact and engagement, to explore the interweaving strands of capacity of research and the transformative capability of Indigenous research for the 21st century. The themes covered in the ANRIC 2019 Program are:
- Indigenous data sovereignty
- Indigenous knowledges in research and IP
- Indigenisation of systems – and the increasing use of Indigenous systems
- Women’s experiences
- Longitudinal research
- Indigenous health and wellbeing
- Indigenous participation in higher education (and education more broadly)
- Future of the research endeavour
Register for ANRIC 2019
Looking to increase your visibility and gain access to the Indigenous research sector? If your goal is to increase brand recognition, and develop networks with the researchers and decision makers in this sector, you will find what you need through our partnership opportunities. As a conference partner, your organisation’s brand will be seen as one of the leaders in the Indigenous research market. With an array of partnership packages to choose from, this is an ideal marketing opportunity to create relationships that will last beyond the conference.