Riawunna Centre is committed to the advancement of knowledge about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and societies and to the promotion of cross-cultural understandings, as well as to providing a prominent place within the University for Indigenous Australian values, traditions and discourses.
In particular, Riawunna Centre provides excellent support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
The Centre maintains close links with the Aboriginal communities in Tasmania and with Indigenous people in other parts of Australia, North America, Europe and Asia.
On each campus Riawunna Centre maintains a resource room which houses a collection of books, articles, audio-visual materials and material culture, for use by all University students and staff.
Riawunna Centre staff offer a wide range of skills and experience to those wanting to understand Australian Indigenous histories, societies and cultures.
Riawunna Centre is situated in the cities of Hobart in the south and Launceston in the north of the state of Tasmania. Support staff are also located on the Cradle Coast Campus.
Staff are able to offer a wide range of skills and experience to those wanting to understand Indigenous peoples, their cultures and histories.
Authorised by the Director, Riawunna Centre
13 February, 2013