On Country

Exploring connection to Country

Although CMS is a virtual research centre, many of us are based in Nipaluna/Hobart, Lutruwita/Tasmania.

We encourage CMS members and visitors to expand their understanding and recognition of the Indigenous Peoples who have cared for Country and Sea Country here for generations.

See the links below for a list of On Country experiences you might like to participate in and engage with in Lutruwita/Tasmania.

Please note that while we have made every effort to create a diverse list of On Country experiences, it may not cover all experiences available in Lutruwita/Tasmania.

Previous and ongoing CMS partnerships/projects with Indigenous collaborators

Indigenous Peoples

A fair ocean future for Earth's First People. Learn how coastal communities are starting to see changes to their lives from climate change.

CMS Seminar

The concept of time and language from an Indigenous Worldview and impacts to participation in research by Mibu Fischer

Film Screening

After the Apology is a landmark documentary exploring the continued practice of child removal and the community response. Grandmothers Against Removal are fighting back and bringing the children home.

Sea Country

The vision of the Great Southern Reef Foundation is to connect, educate and inspire society to become active stewards of Australia’s kelp forests.
On Country experiences you might like to engage with in Lutruwita / Tasmania

CMS commitment to listening, learning and acting
University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the EnvironmentGEOS
© copyright Centre for Marine Socioecology 2024
About this site