How to use the database
How do I find agreements on the database?
From the ATNS Home Page you can browse or search the database, or use the locate function to find agreements by location.
Browse:The 'Browse' page allows you to browse agreements by categories including country, subject matter, case law, legislation, events and people. To browse the database, click 'Browse' on the navigation panel to the left of the ATNS Home Page.
Search:The 'Search' function allows you to search the database by entering the name of an agreement or related keywords. Searches can then be refined by selecting a category, subject, location or year. To search the database, click 'Search' on the navigation panel to the left of the ATNS Home Page.
Locate:For agreements located in Australia, the 'Locate' function allows you to find agreements using an interactive mapping tool. To use the locate function, click 'Locate' on the navigation panel to the left of the ATNS homepage and use the map to find agreements in a particular location.
Other Information on the Website.
Other information about agreement making in the Australian and international context can be viewed by clicking on the available links from the Home Page:
Outlines the major aims and objectives of the ATNS Project.
Provides further details of the ATNS Project including information on: the original Project outline; background to the Project; significance of the Project; advancing the knowledge base; the research design and method; training; Industry Partner commitment and collaboration; the national benefit; communication of results; references; and further reading.
A bibliography of published books, chapters and journal articles as well as conference papers and workshop or seminar presentations that have resulted from the ATNS Project.
Provides a gateway to online resources relating to agreement making in Australia and overseas.
A detailed bibliography of books and other resources relating to agreement making in Australia and overseas.
Contains background information on the history and process of agreement making with indigenous peoples in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa.
Photos of ATNS Researchers and key events.
Provides background information on relevant terminology
If you have information to contribute to the ATNS database or would like to know more about the project, please contact:
General ATNS Project Enquiries
Agreements, Treaties and Negotiated Settlements Project
Centre for Health and Society, The University of Melbourne
Tel: +61 3 8344 9163