Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker
ARC Senior Research Fellow
Australian National University
Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies, College of Arts and Social Sciences
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Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker is an ARC Senior Research Fellow with Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies, College of Arts and Social Sciences ANU. He was born in Darwin and of Alyawarra decent from the Barkly tablelands region of the Northern Territory. Lyndon has been involved in advocacy, policy development, research and negotiations at the local, national and international level focused on Indigenous communities in the area of information technology, cultural heritage, materials conservation and repatriation. He was a member of the Australian Heritage Council (2015-2021), a principal adviser to the Australian Government on heritage matters and a member of the Advisory Committee on Indigenous Repatriation. He also holds a part-time position as a Principal Research Fellow with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, RMIT on the Telstra funded project: Mapping digital inclusion for informed decision-making in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities.