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The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) welcomes the announcement to incorporate specific Field of Research (FOR) Codes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research.
The announcement, ...•
The National Indigenous Forum was held from 23-24 May, and for the first time ever, was moved from its usual venue in South Melbourne to the stunning Brambuk Cultural Centre in the Grampians. NTEU National Indigenous Organiser, Celeste Liddle, reports:
Set amongst some of the most beautiful natural bushlands in Victoria, delegates and international guests were greeted by some of Gariwerd’s most famous residents – kangaroos, kookaburras and rock wallabies – on their arrival in
The NTEU was delighted that Dan McDonald, Aboriginal Member-at-Large from the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) Executive, was able to attend its recent National Indigenous Forum in ...
Caroline Arbon, a fourth year social work undergraduate at Charles Darwin University, has won the 2013 the NTEU [NT] Morning Star Scholarship. Lolita Wikander, NT Division Secretary, told edXpress that the annual scholarship is awarded to an Indigenous student in the final semester of a VET [Certificate 4 or Diploma] or in the final year of a higher education [undergraduate]
The recent announcements from the Government with regards to the Higher Education, on the surface, appear to not disadvantage Indigenous students in any specific ways. After all, Indigenous students ...•
The Division Indigenous Forums kick off tomorrow in the NSW Division. In what looks to be a well-attended event with half of the branches across the Division represented, a lively day filled with ...•
First Indigenous targets, now procedural Acknowledgements of Country prove problematic for UniMelb Management
The National Indigenous Unit and the Indigenous Policy Committee are intrigued, to say the least, by the reluctance of the management of UniMelb to include an Acknowledgement of Country in the ...
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