Australian Indigenous Design Charter

Russell Kennedy (Designer), Meghan Kelly (Designer), Brian Martin (Designer), Jefa Greenway (Designer)

Research output: Non-textual formDesign / ArchitectureResearch

Abstract

The Indigenous Design Charters (Australian and International) provide best practice protocols and guidelines for design practitioners, educators and students. They outline 10 steps for designers and buyers of design to follow when representing Indigenous culture in their professional practice. The Charters emphasise the need for respectful exchange, open thinking, deep listening and a genuine commitment to appropriately engage with Indigenous knowledge.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBurwood, Vic, Australia
PublisherDeakin University
Size22 pages
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes

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Kennedy, R. (Designer), Kelly, M. (Designer), Martin, B. (Designer), & Greenway, J. (Designer). (2014). Australian Indigenous Design Charter. Design / Architecture, Burwood, Vic, Australia: Deakin University. Retrieved from http://indigenousdesigncharter.com.au/
Kennedy, Russell (Designer) ; Kelly, Meghan (Designer) ; Martin, Brian (Designer) ; Greenway, Jefa (Designer). / Australian Indigenous Design Charter. [Design / Architecture].
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