All future 2014 events

View All Summary Expand all
Sydney Seminar Series   View Summary
17 April 2014

Carolyn Hogg:Protecting the Orange-bellied parrot from extinction.

Indigenous seminar series   View Summary
1 May 2014

Mr Mick Gooda, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission
Mick will talk about Achieving a One Health vision including the meaning of true reconciliation and the forthcoming opportunity to support and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our constitution.

Indigenous seminar series   View Summary
8 May 2014

Mr Garry Cook, Businesses, Employment and Training Directorate of the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC)

Garry will talk about Management of an Integrated Pastoral Business in Northern Australia, including the challenges of beef cattle production in that areaand the role and activities of the ILC to provide economic, environmental, social or cultural benefits for Indigenous people through assisting them to acquire and manage land.

Indigenous seminar series   View Summary
15 May 2014

A/Prof John Bradley, Author and Deputy Director of the Monash University Indigenous Centre.
John will talk about Our knowledge-My knowledge: Towards an Intercultural Understanding and how Australian Indigenous knowledge is acquired through years of moving through the land, with much of it predicated on a foundation of kinship which includes both human and non-human kin.

Indigenous seminar series   View Summary
16 May 2014

Dr Sophie Constable, Mr Scott Spurling and Mr Dewayne Foster from Animal Management in Rural and Remote Communities (AMRRIC)

Sophie, Scott and Dewayne will talk about Dog Health and Education Programs in Remote Communities. This will be a bit of a showcase of their work as Education and Animal Management officers and the place of vets in remote community animal health programs in remote Indigenous communities.

Indigenous seminar series   View Summary
22 May 2014

Prof Michael Ward, Chair, Veterinary Public Health & Food Safety- Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney.

Michael will talk about Rabies in Australia. What would be the impact on our northern communities? He will discuss his recent research that involves studying the roaming behaviour of dogs In Indigenous communities to explore that question.