Status and Details

Status and Details

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Material and Intellectual Property Policy

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Status Current Indicates if this version of the document is in effect (Current), yet to come into effect (Future), or expired (Historic).
Effective Date 21st June 2021 This is the date on which this version of the document came into effect.
Review Date 11th October 2023 The next review of this document is scheduled to commence on this date.
Approval Authority Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research The noted authority approved this is version of the document.
Approval Date 21st June 2021 This is the date on which this version of the document was approved by the authorised authority.
Expiry Date To Be Advised This is the date on which this version expires. It may still apply, conditionally, after this date.
Unit Head Blanca Pizzani
Director Library Services and University Librarian
02 6773 1992
This is the officer generally responsible for day to day administrative matters.
Enquiries Contact Simon Evans
Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous
General enquiries should be directed to the officer/area listed.

Summary of Changes from Previous Version

19/10/2022 – Council Noted Administrative Change: Replace Guideline (or plurals) with Policy (or plurals) in title and within document. Changes approved by Council on 27th May 2022

Clauses amended: 3, 14, 15, 16



The Collections of the University of New England contain a broad range of Aboriginal cultural material both tangible and intangible, including artworks, artefacts, images, sound recordings and other objects of cultural significance that have been acquired throughout its history. UNE must In accordance with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, UNE recognises and respects the right of Aboriginal peoples and communities (stakeholders) to protect, maintain, control and benefit from their cultural material.

Clauses Amended:Guideline: All