This fact sheet provides information about Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) and best practice for engagement with Traditional Owners. The fact sheet explains what FPIC means and how you can get in contact with PBCs, land councils, registered Aboriginal parties, native title representative bodies and service providers in Australia.
AIATSIS is at the forefront of community-led research and projects, and collaborates with numerous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander partners across the country. In this guide, we outline foundational principles for meaningfully engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The guide is written for non-Indigenous policymakers who have none or limited experience working with Indigenous peoples. It is a starting point for further learning and capability building.
Aboriginal land claims in the Northern Territory: Documenting and preserving the records and memories - Community Report
Aboriginal land claims in the Northern Territory: Documenting and preserving the records and memories - Report of a Focus Group Meeting
This workbook provides you with practical step by step guide to how to apply for funding for all kind of projects your PBC wants to conduct.
This template can be used as checklist when you visit the AIATSIS collection or other collection institutions when researching your native title claim or materials relevant to your PBC's work.