Sequencing effort provides a model for future studies of museum samples. En route from Sydney to Perth, Australia, in the
Indigenous groups look to ancient DNA to bring their ancestors home – Nature (Nicky Phillips – April 2019)
Local communities and geneticists are working together to sequence DNA from remains that were taken from their homelands decades ago.
‘They’re not property’: the people who want their ancestors back from British museums – The Guardian (David Shariatmadari | Apr 2019)
The remains of indigenous people from all over the world have ended up in various British institutions. Why do their
The picture talk project: Aboriginal community input on consent for research (Papers: Emily FM Fitzpatrick, et al | 2019)
Abstract Background The consent and community engagement process for research with Indigenous communities is rarely evaluated. Research protocols are not
Learning Communities International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts Special issue: Ethical relationships, ethical research in Aboriginal contexts: Perspectives from
‘Telling our story… Creating our own history’: caregivers’ reasons for participating in an Australian longitudinal study of Indigenous children (Papers: Katherine Ann Thurber, et al | 2018)
Abstract Background Improving the wellbeing of Indigenous populations is an international priority. Robust research conducted with Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Indigenous Data Sovereignty: University Institutional Review Board Policies and Guidelines and Research with American Indian and Alaska Native Communities (Papers: Tennille L. Marley | 2018)
Abstract American Indians, Alaska Native, and other Indigenous people throughout the world have undergone and continue to experience research abuses.
In general, ethics guidelines provide a set of principles to ensure research is safe, respectful, responsible, high quality, of benefit