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The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education (ISSN 1326-0111) is a peer reviewed research journal publishing articles in the field of Indigenous education, broadly defined. It is the only journal for educators devoted specifically to issues of practice, pedagogy and policy in Indigenous education in Australia. The journal has an international audience and is highly valued by its readers as a reliable source of information on Indigenous education issues. Contributions on the participation of Indigenous people in education and training; equitable and appropriate access and achievement of Indigenous people in education and training; and, the teaching of Indigenous studies, cultures and languages to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students are encouraged. The journal is now published by Cambridge University Press.

All correspondence, submissions and enquiries should be addressed to:

The Editors
The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit
The University of Queensland
Brisbane QLD 4072
AUSTRALIA
Email: ajie@uq.edu.au
URL: Cambridge University Press


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Editor: Liz Mackinlay
Editor: Martin Nakata
Managing Editor: Katelyn Barney
Artwork: Adapted from Jungle Vine (2002) by Macsen Ja-wukanyi Chalmers