International Indigenous Design Charter

Protocols for sharing Indigenous knowledge in professional design practice.
 

Read ico-D news and features on the International IDC:

Best Practice Guide: the International Indigenous Design Charter launched in Australia 
Jefa Greenaway of the Wailan Kamilaroi Nations and Lecturer at the University of Melbourne discusses the development of the important cultural innovation tool, the International Indigenous Design Charter, a core document that now forms part of ico-D's Best Practices Resources. This article was created by Jefa Greenaway for ico-D on the occasion of the Charter's Australian launch. (May 2018)
 

INDIGO Project: International Indigenous Design Charter
ico-D interviews the three main authors of the International Indigenous Design Charter by Dr Russell Kennedy and Dr Meghan Kelly from Deakin University, School of Communication and Creative Arts in collaboration with Dr Brian Martin (Muruwari, Bundjalung,
Kamilaroi), Deakin University, Institute of Koorie Education (IKE) about this project. The document will be based upon the Australian Indigenous Design Charter: Communication Design (AIDC: CD) by the same authors. (June 2017)
 

Deakin University to host INDIGO
On 20 November 2016 ico-D Member Deakin University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ico-D as a part of a formal commitment to transfer management of INDIGO, the International Indigenous Design Network, to Deakin University for the next five years. The agreement included a plan to launch the International Indigenous Design Charter as a flagship project for INDIGO during 10 Days to Change the World in Montréal next year at the World Design Summit.  (November 2016)