The National Film and Sound Archive can confirm that the services Terri Janke and Company provided in the development of relevant ICIP Protocols met our expectations. As an organisation, we were most pleased with the experience of working with you and your company – the level of competence, the excellent and timely communication and the quality of the advice provided. Both of the projects you worked on – first the ICIP Protocols for the ‘Deepening Histories of Place’ project, and then the NFSA’s own ICIP Principles and Protocols – were successful in their own regard…. and we are most grateful for the contribution your company made to moving this process forward.
National Film and Sound Archive
Terri’s skillful and generous teachings helped us get to grips with the ins and outs of Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property. We’re now better equipped to recognise, acknowledge, communicate and protect Indigenous cultural heritage and traditional knowledge. And we know where to start – in conversation with the people to whom it belongs.
Project Officer, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Archive (ATSIDA)
University of Technology Sydney Library
Our museum greatly enjoyed working with Terri Janke and Company to produce our new Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Protocol. Terri and Anika are very experienced and knowledgeable in law and governance, as well as having a deep understanding of Indigenous culture. They are highly professional, responsible and collaborative. They also provided engaging and effective training for our staff to introduce them to working with the Protocol.
Head of Strategic Collections
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences