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Date:March 29, 2021


Knowledge symposium

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 for researchers to share their knowledge and to network with other researchers and end users of research in central Australia. This year, the Symposium has new features. The first, to be facilitated by Batchelor Institute’s Associate Professor, Kathryn Gilbey, is a First Nations only workshop which will discuss issues of importance to Aboriginal researchers and knowledge holders in central Australia. The second, is a showcase and marketplace for those who are doing innovation, with creative installations to be set up and available for purchase around the Desert Knowledge Precinct. A networking event is planned for the first evening of the Symposium, and we expect a full day of interesting presentations from researchers and evaluators who are working in central Australia, on the second day.

Registrations and a call for papers, presentations and ‘doing innovation’ activities are now open

For more information contact Associate Professor Kathryn Gilbey or Associate Professor John Guenther.