True Tracks is a groundbreaking work that paves the way for respectful and ethical engagement with Indigenous cultures. Using real-world cases and personal stories, award-winning Meriam/Wuthathi lawyer Dr Terri Janke draws on twenty years of professional experience to inform and inspire people working across many industries – from art and architecture, to film and publishing, dance, science and tourism.
What Indigenous materials and knowledge are you using? How will your project affect and involve Indigenous communities? Are you sharing your profits with those communities?
True Tracks helps answer these questions and many more, and provides invaluable guidelines that enable Indigenous peoples to actively practise, manage and strengthen their cultural life. If we keep our tracks true, Indigenous culture and knowledge can benefit everyone and empower future generations.
Learn more about True Tracks here
True Tracks workshop
Want to enhance your Indigenous engagement?
True Tracks® is a professional development workshop from Terri Janke and Company designed to assist corporate and government agencies with their Indigenous engagement programs, by introducing a solutions driven and holistic approach to managing Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP).
The True Tracks method has been successfully applied to a range of industries and agencies, including; information technology, construction, communication, design, museum & gallery, science, research, arts and education.
True Tracks provides a holistic best practice framework for:
- Dealing with Indigenous cultural heritage material
- Commissioning Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander artwork
- Recording Indigenous knowledge
- Employing Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people
- Engaging Indigenous suppliers
- Managing Indigenous engagement
Join the next workshop at 10 am, Wednesday 9 March 2022. Read more