For our Country is a memorial at the Australian War Memorial that commenmorates the military service of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Peoples. The built project was designed by Kudjala/Gangalu/Kuku Yalanji/Waka Waka/Gubbi Gubbi/Wangerriburra/Bandjalung man Daniel Boyd from North Queensland. The memorial manifests a deep connection to the land and reflects importance of protecting Country.
The document is a guide for tertiary educators regarding Indigenous knowledge in the built environment. Published by the Australian Department of Education and Training (DET) in 2018, The Guide is intended as a teaching and learning resource kit for built environment (architecture, landscape architecture, planning) academics, students and professional practitioners. The Guide offers assistance regarding initial protocols and resources that they need to heed, be mindful of, and have available to them.
This document is the First Nations cultural rights and engagement policy for the National Museum Australia. This policy recognises Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) rights. The document sets out how the Museum engages with First Nations peoples about these rights in the course of Museum activities, including acquisitions, exhibitions, research, education and other programs.