Task: Report - Community Case StudyYou may choose one of the networks/institutions/organizations that you identified as sites for information in relation to Indigenous knowledges/perspectives in...

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Task: Report - Community Case StudyYou may choose one of the networks/institutions/organizations that you identified as sites for information in relation to Indigenous knowledges/perspectives in Module 2 for this Assessment. Explore its activities in relation to the protection, maintenance and promotion of Indigenous knowledges and perspectives in culturally respective ways in ares of Indigenous policy and advocacy.
This assessment will include:- an introduction - explanation of what the study is about;- a brief background information of the network/institution/organisation in relation to the nature of how its active social engagement in policy and advocacy reflects broader Indigenous contemporary perspectives;- a highlight of ethics and protocols in accessing and utilising Indigenous knowledges - For example researching and working in Indigenous contexts;- a critical analysis ofhow issues of Indigenous human, cultural and intellectual property rights are addressed - refer to and outline relevant guidelines, protocols and laws that protect human, cultural and intellectual property and copyrights when working in Indigenous contexts;- a conclusion that summaries your analysis.Preparation:Completion of all Modules.
Also see: Oxfam Australia for an example of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Protocols; and the links below:
LINKS:http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/7bf9b4_a05f0ce9808346daa4601f975b652f0b.pdfhttps://www.adcq.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/2289/2011-Mabo-Oration-booklet-tagged.pdfhttp://www.wipo.int/export/sites/www/tk/en/databases/creative_heritage/docs/terry_janke_icip.pdfhttps://search.informit.com.au/fullText;dn= XXXXXXXXXX;res=IELINDPlease note that you are not expected to physically visit an Indigenous community or interview community-based staff for this assessment. However, if you can access such information you may use them. Apart from the recommended readings, you can search online and view various communities, universities, research institutions andorganizations including Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) websites for their guidelines/protocols for ethical research in Indigenous studies - examples of communication protocols, requirements of researchers, language used etc.Presentation:Give your study atitle, and you may present it inareportformat.
Answered 16 days AfterMay 10, 2021Charles Darwin University

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Bidusha Mallick answered on May 20 2021
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The International Alliance of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples of Tropical Forests is a global network of organisations that serve indigenous and tribal peoples that live in tropical...

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