The 2014 image was chosen from our After 200 Years collection. Taken in Cherbourg Queensland in 1986, it features two women - Kathy Fisher and Tottie Collins.
Over 50,000 images were collected for the After 200 Years photographic project in partnership with communities throughout Australia. The photos documented the different lifestyles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during the late 1980s living in remote and urban communities.
The images reflect the unique relationship between AIATSIS and communities, the significance for communities in being partners in research that is important to them and the value of the resulting collections.
The International Women's Day Posters are available in two formats, printed and digital download.
Printed posters are free, but you will need to pay for postage.
Digital downloads are free and available here:
- Paperback Map
- 841mm x 594mm x n/a
- Released 2014
- ISBN n/a
About The Author
Each year at AIATSIS we celebrate International Women’s Day to acknowledge the women around the globe who continue to empower women and girls through leadership, advocacy, strength and courage. Whether its women in their local communities and regions or on the international stage, women continue to strive to make a difference to the lives of children and families.
Over the years, we have produced an International Women’s Day poster that features an inspirational image from the AIATSIS Collection or a prominent role model in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
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