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Issue Details: First known date: 2021... 2021 True Tracks : Respecting Indigenous Knowledge and Culture
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'Indigenous cultures are not terra nullius -nobody's land, free to be taken.

'True Tracks is a ground-breaking work that paves the way for the respectful and ethical engagement with Indigenous knowledges and cultures. Combining real-world cases and personal stories, award-winning Meriam/Wuthathi lawyer Dr Terri Janke draws on twenty years of professional experience to inform and inspire leaders across many industries; from art and architecture, to film and publishing, dance, science and tourism.

'How will your project affect and involve Indigenous communities? What Indigenous materials and knowledge are you using? Who owns Indigenous languages?

'True Tracks helps answer these questions and many more, and provides invaluable guidelines that enable Indigenous peoples to actively practise, manage and strengthen their cultural life and empower future generations.

'If we keep our tracks true, Indigenous culture and knowledge can benefit everyone.'(Publication summary)

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    • Sydney, New South Wales,: NewSouth Publishing , 2021 .
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      Extent: 428p.
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      • Published: 1st July 2021
      ISBN: 9781742236810

Works about this Work

Terri Janke : The Australian Lawyer Trying to Stop Indigenous Cultural Theft Steve Dow , 2021 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 20 July 2021;

'The Wuthathi/Meriam woman has spent 20 years finessing protocols that could empower Indigenous people to protect their arts and culture'

Terri Janke : The Australian Lawyer Trying to Stop Indigenous Cultural Theft Steve Dow , 2021 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 20 July 2021;

'The Wuthathi/Meriam woman has spent 20 years finessing protocols that could empower Indigenous people to protect their arts and culture'

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