Upcoming & recent events
Trustee corporations and their Indigenous beneficiaries: meeting challenges in the sustainable utilisation of trust funds. Presentations from a workshop held in Alice Springs, 27-28 May, 2021. This workshop focussed on the governance of compensation and other such funds held in trust for Indigenous groups, not on the internal governance of RNTBCs and other Trustee corporations. […]
CNTA has approached a number of anthropologists to prepare podcasts on such matters as; the experience of women anthropologists native title and heritage native title and co-management of Indigenous country including environmental issues; and anthropologists in community development.
On March 17 2021, CNTA Director Nicolas Peterson and Research Fellow Julie Finlayson attended a Forum for Native Title practitioners held in Sydney by the NSW District Registry of the Federal Court. The purpose of the Forum was to continue ongoing discussions and developing best practice processes for the Native Title practice area in New […]
Issues for anthropological evidence in Native Title claims on matters of trade and commerce This virtual workshop specifically for anthropological consultants was held on 25 June 2020. Nicolas Peterson focused on the relevant literature on these issues, while David Trigger considered the complexities facing anthropologists called to give expert evidence in Native Title claims on […]
CNTA is joining with NNTC & AIATSIS to provide access to a range of resources on Native Title compensation claims and related issues.
The Centre for Native Title Anthropology (CNTA) is joining with the National Native Title Consultative Council (NNTC) and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), to provide access to a range of resources on Native Title compensation claims and related issues. The purpose is to aid researchers, native title holders and […]
From 15th April, CNTA auspiced three virtual workshops for the staff of Cairns-based Native Title Representative Bodies. On the 15th Sarah Bell presented a carefully crafted account of a best practice example of the development...