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Takedown Notice

The University Archives have made its collections available on this website in good faith. We recognise, however, that despite best efforts there may be occasions when material made available online is considered to breach copyright, privacy, or other relevant law, or contains information that is culturally sensitive.

 

Notice to First Nation Peoples

We hold the oldest Australian academic anthropology records documenting First Nations communities in Australia and the South Pacific region. These records were inscribed in the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register in 2017. We endorse the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Library, Information and Resource Network (ATSILIRN) Protocols. We recognise that the anthropology records contain material that may be distressing, offensive, sacred, secret and/or sensitive to First Nation peoples, and every effort has been made to restrict public access to these records. In keeping with the above protocols, we allow you to request the removal of material from this website.

 

If you are concerned that you have found material on this website for which you, as a copyright owner, have not given permission, or that relates to other specific matters, you have the right to submit a takedown request. Please consult our Copyright and IP, Cultural Care and Sensitivity, Privacy, Terms of Use statements for more information.

 

If you find material which may breach copyright, privacy, or other relevant law, or contains information that is culturally sensitive, please contact us with the following details:

 

  • your full name and contact details (email and phone number);
  • full details of the material, including a URL link to the material; and
  • the reason for the request.

 

The material in question will be temporarily removed from public access while we investigate the request. Once we have received your request, we will provide you with an acknowledgement of its receipt and further information on the process involved.