Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property for Business
Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) refers to Indigenous people’s cultural expression, cultural knowledge and heritage. Many businesses are dealing with ICIP as part of their Indigenous engagement programs, employment and training, procurement and reconciliation action plans. But has your company adequately considered cultural protocols in developing and implementing its Indigenous programs?
True Tracks is a professional development workshop that will enhance your Indigenous engagement. The workshop is specifically designed in response to the needs of Australian corporate partners. Prepared and presented by lawyer and Indigenous businesswoman Terri Janke, the True Tracks Workshop will show you a better pathway to professionally engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by understanding ICIP cultural protocols. True Tracks is a unique workshop because as a practicing lawyer, Terri has a respect for the legalities of matters and presents a variety of case studies (the great, the token and the pear-shaped ugly despite the best intentions). Rewards and risks are considered, as the workshop presents a process for working with Indigenous people, policies, protocols, contractual clauses, implementation, mediation and dispute resolution.
Terri Janke and Company are pleased to announce that we are presenting another True Tracks workshop on Wednesday 20 November in Sydney, presented by Terri Janke, Pat Goulding and Charisma Cubillo.
For more information, and to register, click here.