UMCycle Bike Kiosk and Cycle Plaza opened in 2017 and is located at the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus, Canada. The built project forms an active transport hub and serves as a campus landmark, linking to The Great Trail. The UMCycle Bike Kiosk was also the first project at the university to incorporate the Indigenous Planning and Design Principles.
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.
Housing for Health (HfH) is a project that works with poor people to improve the parts of their physical environment. This method puts the person and their health at the centre, then connects them to the parts of their living environment needed to stay healthy. This is an evidenced based methodology founded on the Healthy Living Practices (HLPs) aimed at improving health through the living environment.
Updated description. Ask First is a written document published by the Australian Heritage Commission. It is a guide for land developers, land users and managers, cultural heritage professionals and others who may have an impact on Indigenous heritage. It features a framework concerning Indigenous heritage and conservation that includes the involvement and consultation of Indigenous Peoples.