First Nations Cultural and ​Intellectual Property

Dr Terri Janke, Mr Justin Mohamed and Mikaela Jade
This First Nations Insights event, features Dr Terri Janke, a Wuthathi, Yadhaigana and Meriam woman, who is a globally recognised expert on Indigenous cultural and intellectual property, and Solicitor Director of Terri Janke and Company.
Together, we unpacked the essential concepts behind understanding and recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural and intellectual property. The webinar also explored practical strategies for how your organisation can engage respectfully and ethically.
Our emcee Kate Russell (she/her), CEO of Supply Nation and DCA Board Member, lead a conversation with our event panel to further explore:
  • what is First Nations’ Cultural and Intellectual Property
  • the rights that Indigenous peoples have to their cultural heritage
  • practical tips on how First Nations’ Cultural and Intellectual Property can benefit both organisations and First Nations communities.
The discussion featured a special guest panel including: 
  • Dr Terri Janke (she/her), Owner and Solicitor Director of Terri Janke and Company
  • Mr Justin Mohamed (he/him), Ambassador for First Nations People, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Mikaela Jade (she/her), CEO and Founder of Indigital.

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