PARBICA 17 – Archives Engaged: Personal, professional, political

Presentations

Day 1: Monday 4 September

Keynote Address – How archives support the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals

Dr Jo Hanisch, National Archives of Australia

PAMBU: Engaging with the Pacific Islands for 50 years

Kari James, Pacific Manuscripts Bureau

Stakeholder Engagement: Issues of interdepartmental collaboration, coordination and inclusiveness

Maxine Valentine & Alitia Nasila, The University of the South Pacific

A Long Engagement

Catherine Green

Successful Engagement for a New Archives Building

Naomi Ngirakamerang, National Archives of Palau

Noa Tapumanaia, National Archives of Tuvalu

Right to Information in Vanuatu

June Naviti, Right to Information Unit, Vanuatu

Build your own: What's in your Kit?

Jason Flello, The University of the South Pacific

Climate Change, Resilience and Pacific Archives

Lillie Le Dorré, Victoria University of Wellington / Archives New Zealand

Day 2: Tuesday 5 September

Keynote Address – Engage or Die: A non-traditional response to old problems

Opeta Alefaio, National Archives of Fiji

Road to Recovery - Steamatic sponsor presentation

Daniel Threlfall & Wayne Spence, Steamatic Road to Recovery - Steamatic sponsor presentation

Marshall Islands Genealogies: Stakeholders, cultural protocol and repatriation

Eleanor Kleiber, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Pacific Collection Marshall Islands GenealogiesStakeholders, cultural protocol and repatriation

Engaging Digital Heritage with Source Communities: The Pacific and Regional Archives for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC)

Dr Nick Thieberger, School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne

Patrolling the Past: Bringing the Papua New Guinea Colonial-Era Reports into the Digital Realm

Cristela Garcia-Spitz, Tuzin Archive for Melanesian Anthropology at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Library

Preserving History the Traditional Way: An Oral History Workshop

Brandon Oswald, Island Culture Archival Support

Stakeholder Engagement: A Case Study from Papua New Guinea; The Department of Implementation and Rural Development Record Management Project – Successful Achievements and Resulting Outcomes

Simiang Bunem, Department of Implementation and Rural Development, Papua New Guinea 

Tukul Kaiku, University of Papua New Guinea

Conference information and documentation

PARBICA 17 conference

Pre-conference information and documentationPost-conference information and documentation
  • Resolutions
  • Presentations
  • List of participants
  • General Conference Minutes – Draft