Thursday, June 13 2019
9:30 AM – 1:00 PM AEDT
Due to a high level of interest, Terri Janke and Company will host another True Tracks workshop in Sydney on Thursday, June 13, 2019.
True Tracks is a professional development workshop designed to assist corporate and government agencies with their Indigenous engagement programs, by introducing a solutions driven and holistic approach to managing Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP).
The True Tracks method has already been successfully applied to a range of industries and agencies, including; information technology, construction, communication, design, museum & gallery, science, research, arts and education. At varied levels of federal, state and local government, non-government organisations and ASX listed entities.
Your True Tracks co-presenters are lawyers Maiko Sentina and Terri Janke.
Maiko Sentina (BA.LLB) is a practising lawyer with Terri Janke and Company. She helps clients navigate intellectual property law, commercial law and Indigenous cultural and intellectual property (ICIP) issues through contract drafting and legal advice. Maiko is also a writer, speaker and workshop presenter. In 2017, Maiko co-authored Indigenous Knowledge: Issues for protection and management, a Discussion Paper commissioned by IP Australia and Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS). She was also a keynote speaker at the Indigenous Design Symposium at the University of Melbourne
Terri Janke (BA.LLB) was born in Cairns with family connections to both the Torres Strait Islands (Meriam) and Cape York Peninsula (Wuthathi). She is a practicing solicitor, successful business owner, published author, accredited mediator and an in-demand board member. Terri is the 2011 NAIDOC Person of the Year and the 2012 National Indigenous Legal Professional of the Year. Her law firm, Terri Janke and Company Pty Ltd (a Certified Supplier with Supply Nation) has been advising business owners, organisations, corporations and government on Indigenous legal issues, intellectual property, commercial and employment law for more than 18 years
Cleone Wellington - Waminda
"True Tracks" workshop was very interesting but so important to be informed, which now, we as a service can put policies and processes in place to protect our ICIP.
Hannah Davis -
The "True Tracks" workshop allowed me to develop a far better idea of ICIP protocols and equipped me with the tools I need to be able to implement processes to respectfully and appropriately engage with Indigenous people and organisations
Shankari Nadanachandran - Ashurst
The True Tracks workshop helped me understand more about Indigenous Cultural IP and the importance of protecting it, for the creators of the work, the communities the work originates from and for Australians. The breadth and diversity of what constitutes ICIP was really interesting and an important reminder of its value. The workshop highlighted the limitations of existing IP law, the areas for reform and the different, deeper approach that is required for the protection of ICIP. The True Tracks Guiding Principles were practical and insightful. They challenged me to think about the ways we all interact with the creators and owners of ICIP, and the ways those interactions must be improved.
Carolyn Hart - CSIRO
An excellent introduction to ICIP. It challenges me to take a very different approach to the traditional IP analysis.