The Indigenous Knowledges in the Academy Symposium will:

  • Facilitate networking, share information, and create a dialogue about the role of Indigenous Knowledges in the UQ academy.
  • Explore respectful, innovative approaches and strategies that incorporate Indigenous Knowledges programs and practices.
  • Explore, challenge, and debate the premise of embedding Indigenous Knowledges in the academy.
  • Provide a culturally-safe opportunity to share experiences and to present research and emerging evidence about Indigenous Knowledges at UQ.

Please register by 8 September 2021.

Who should attend

  • Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers and academics who are keen to explore, challenge and debate the premise of embedding Indigenous Knowledges in the Academy.
  • Academics who would like a culturally-safe opportunity to share experiences and to present research and emerging evidence about Indigenous Knowledges at UQ.
  • Researchers and academics who would like to explore respectful, innovative approaches and strategies that incorporate Indigenous Knowledges programs and practices.

Venue

Customs House
399 Queen Street
Brisbane City QLD 4000

Room: River Room

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Key health messages

  • Please stay at home if you are unwell.
  • If you become unwell during the event, please notify an event staff member who will escort you to the first aid officer for assessment.
  • Maintaining physical distancing requirements is the responsibility of each attendee, please ensure you stay 1.5m away from other attendees during the event unless in allocated seating.
  • There will be enhanced public health measures in place at the event to monitor the health and safety of all attendees.
  • All attendees coming in-person will be required to download the Check In Qld app prior to attending the event and check-in at the event using the QR codes provided.

Please do not attend the event in-person if:

  • you are waiting for a COVID-19 test result
  • you have been in close contact with a person who is positive for COVID-19
  • you are positive for COVID-19
  • you have had a fever, cough, sore throat, headache, distorted sense of taste, shortness of breath, chills, vomiting, or any cold/flu-like symptoms in the last 72 hours
  • you have travelled overseas or to a declared COVID-19 Hotspot, exposure site or place of concern in the previous 14 days, as defined by the Chief Health Officer.