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Looking Out For Business – 2012 National Tour

terri jankeby Nicola Butler

Terri Janke and Company presented a series of half-day workshops introducing Intellectual Property (IP) Management Plans to Indigenous enterprise.

The second to last workshop, held recently in Adelaide at the Tandanya Cultural Institute was a huge success. Just one of the 10 successful workshops held in 10 cities, the series commenced on Monday 14th May in Brisbane, touring...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 04 November 2012 17:25

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Aboriginal Women’s Network conference

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The empowerment of Aboriginal women was the motivation of co-hosts the Ngiyampaa/Wailwan people and the NSW/ACT Aboriginal Women's Network to facilitate a women's conference on Wailwan country in the Macquarie Marshes. It was held during September at the international significance Ramsar wetland of Macquarie...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 11:46

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