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Museums, libraries and archives carry collections of photographs, sound-recordings, films and manuscripts that document indigenous peoples and traditional communities lives, cultural expressions and knowledge systems. A new awareness has emerged of indigenous peoples and traditional communities interests in owning, controlling and accessing this documentation.
The WIPO Indigenous Intellectual Property Law Fellowship builds on a series of initiatives to ensure that indigenous peoples are actively and effectively involved in the work of WIPO on issues that matter to them.
The Indigenous Australian Art Commercial Code of Conductis now available.
Art galleries, dealers and auction houses have been urged to sign up to code of conduct aimed at ending dodgy sale practices within the multi-million dollar indigenous art sector.
Indigenous artists are a strong presence on the Australian and international art scenes, but their voices are almost silent when it comes to leadership roles in many of the country's public and private galleries.
$42 million from five Australian Government programs is supporting over 380 Indigenous arts, culture and heritage projects across Australia, the Minister for Arts and Heritage, Peter Garrett, announced today.