This is Terri Janke's talk at Blurring Lines - Australian Digital Alliance (ADA) Copyright Forum 2020 on 6 March at the National Library of Australia.
Managing Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge across the digital platform requires consideration of Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property rights. Indigenous people are, and should continue to be, knowledge holders of their cultural heritage. Indigenous peoples’ have the right to manage and control the use of their images, cultural expression and heritage information.
To address this, institutions should adopt cultural protocols, consultation and consent processes. In this presentation, Dr Janke outlines the True Tracks protocols and provides a summary of the AMaGA, First Peoples: a roadmap for enhancing Indigenous engagement in museums and galleries, which her team worked on in 2017–2019.
YouTube link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR6Zzo2uLMc