Social media is an engaging way of staying in touch with the latest news and events from AIATSIS. We have a range of social channels to choose from, all of which help tell the AIATSIS story and help share information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies around the world.
Connect with us online and join in on the conversation:
Keep updated on upcoming events, research activities and collections by following the AIATSIS Facebook page. We share stories from our visitors, as well as photos from visiting groups and exhibitions.
You can also view items in our Collections and see stories from around Australia.
The AIATSIS Vimeo channel is home to high-quality video footage relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies as well as topical coverage of AIATSIS speeches and conferences.
The AIATSIS blog is our space to showcase our expertise, and for you to discover the stories behind the work we do and the items we are working on.
We'd love to hear from you, but please read our comment guidelines before joining the conversation.
We also produce a number of free online newsletters.
Social media guidelines
- Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that AIATSIS' social media channels may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material.
- Please do not use our social media channels as a vehicle for business or self promotion.
- Conversation between users about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies is encouraged - but any forms of bullying, abuse, racial slurs, coarse language, product/event/political promotion will be removed.
- Comment removal is at the discretion of AIATSIS.