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Learning from Indigenous knowledge

Achieving water justice KATHERINE TAYLOR, ANNE POELINA Australia’s current water framework needs to pay more attention to Indigenous First Law, water governance, and knowledge and experience, Anne Poelina and Kat Taylor write. Australia’s Indigenous peoples have...

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Visualisation of the 2019 Peoples Tribunal Testimonies

Water Justice Hub is proud to help host ‘Visualisation of the 2019 Peoples Tribunal Testimonies’, coming to Menindee on 17 April and Wilcannia on 20-21 April. If you are in Menindee and Wilcannia, make sure to come and see these important artworks while you can! There...

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Two ARC Laureate PhD Scholarship of 4 Years Duration

An exciting opportunity exists for up to two four-year PhD scholarships, beginning in 2021, to be part of a five-year Australian Research Council Laureate Program led by Professor Quentin Grafton. An attractive stipend of a minimum of $28,092/year (tax free) is...

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Water, decolonisation, and connections to Country

On this episode, guest host Kim Cunio is joined by Kathleen Harriden and Jessica Weir to talk about the importance of Indigenous knowledge, the deep connection of Indigenous people to Country, and how to decolonise Australian institutions. Listen the episode at:...

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