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The passing of Dr John Ah Kit

A message of condolence from the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education Chair, Ms Pat Anderson AO, and CEO, Professor Steve Larkin. Batchelor Institute knew Dr John Ah Kit (JAK) as a great supporter, a friend and former Interim Chair of the Batchelor Institute Council 20
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Symposium sees knowledge shared for future of Central Australia

The fifth Knowledge Intersections Symposium (KIS), held on 22-23 November 2022, brought together researchers, students, and local organisations to exchange knowledge in support of learnings and developments for Central Australia. Underscoring the theme ‘Channels for a thriving desert’
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Batchelor Institute researchers deliver report for innovative Nawarddeken Academy

Batchelor Institute’s Dr Robyn Ober discusses the Nawarddeken Academy research project at the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education in Adelaide in September 2022. The Nawarddeken Academy based in West Arnhem Land, NT, offers a unique model of education in remote comm
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Batchelor Institute receives Pukumani poles from Tiwi Islands

Visual art students shared their stories and inspirations with assembled guests, students, staff, family and friends, as the Pukumani poles were formally received by Batchelor Institute representatives. Representatives of Batchelor Institute formally received three Pukumani poles from
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Batchelor Institute Seminar Series: One Way Learning: An Experience of Being Taught by Aboriginal Legends

Michael Hohnen Event: One Way Learning: An Experience of Being Taught by Aboriginal Legends Date: Friday 29 October 2021 Time: 11am – 12 noon ACST Location: Building Purple 12, Room G, Batchelor Campus Online link: Who: All staff, students and me
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Batchelor Institute to lead groundbreaking research

“Batchelor Institute is continuing to take a lead in groundbreaking research in Australia”  Batchelor Institute is continuing to take a lead in groundbreaking research in Australia, most recently with a successful bid for a competitive three-year investigation of the lived
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The fourth Knowledge Intersections Symposium will be held at the Desert Peoples Centre in Alice Springs, 20-21 September this year. The theme for this year is “Doing innovation and communicating knowledge in central Australia”. Since 2017, the Symposium has created a space
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Research on Country gives depth

The Nawarddeken Academy Evaluation Researchers Sarah Bilis and Elizabeth Nabarlambarl from Manmoyi Outstation and Dr Robyn Ober of Batchelor Institute Travel related to a Batchelor Institute research project being undertaken with the Nawarddeken Academy, based in West Arnhem Land, res
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Arrernte language custodians and teachers (left to right) Carol Turner Kngwarraye, Amelia Turner Kngwarraye (MC), Therese Ryder Perrurle, Margaret Turner Kemarre, Felicity Hayes Angale, Veronica Dobson Perrurle, Wyonna Palmer Peltharre make up a panel of speakers at the launch of the
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Knowledge Intersections Symposium 2019

This year’s Knowledge Intersections Symposium is being hosted by Desert Knowledge Research Institute and Batchelor Institute at the Desert Knowledge Precinct with support from Charles Darwin University. The Symposium will start with a networking function on the Tuesday evening and we
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