Working with Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property: An Introduction to the True Tracks ICIP Protocols, Terri Janke

Join special guest speaker, Terri Janke, at the First Nations Speaker Series. The talk will be held online and in person on Gadigal Country, The Mint (Gold Melting Room), Sydney on 9th December, 6-7pm.

Terri Janke is a Wuthathi/Meriam woman and international authority on Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP). In 2000, she set up the award-winning legal firm Terri Janke and Company which today has a broad and diverse client base including Indigenous and non-Indigenous creatives, entrepreneurs, businesses and government departments. The firm specialises in Commercial Law and leads the way in ICIP protocols and Indigenous engagement for various sectors including the arts, museums and galleries, film and business. Terri is also an author of fiction and non-fiction, her most recent book True Tracks: Respecting Indigenous knowledge and culture came out in 2021.

When: 9 December, 6-7pm

Where: Online – Register here to attend online

Where: In person – Limited seating is available at The Mint, Sydney. Register here to attend in person.

Date & time

Thu 09 Dec 2021, 6pm


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