JCU has policy, training and ethics around research including researching with and about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and issues.
The AIATSIS Code of Ethics for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research (The AIATSIS Code) ensures that research with and about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples follows a process of meaningful engagement and reciprocity between the researcher and the individuals and/or communities involved in the research.
Indigenous Data Governance and Sovereignty refers to the right of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to maintain, control, protect, develop and use data as it relates to us (Lowitja Institute).
CARE & FAIR Principles for Indigenous Data Sovereignty refers to the framework that empowers Indigenous peoples by shifting the focus from regulated consultation to value-based relationships that positions data approaches within Indigenous cultures and knowledge systems (Carroll et al., 2020) .
We acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and acknowledge Traditional Owners of the lands where our staff and students, live, learn and work.
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