6 edition of Aboriginal land rights and industry found in the catalog.
Aboriginal land rights and industry
J. P. Nieuwenhuysen
|Statement||by J.P. Nieuwenhuysen.|
|Series||Economy 80"s series, Information paper / Committee for Economic Development of Australia ;, no. 4, Information paper (Committee for Economic Development of Australia) ;, no. 4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||81189701|
Understanding the industry's impact on Aboriginal people can be seen in the context of the ambivalence among the population generally about the regulation and methods of extraction of this new resource. Additionally, it is important to understand current legislation and legal precedent about Aboriginal rights in relation to land and by: books on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and politics. Because a White Man’ll Never Do It () By Kevin Gilbert Kevin Gilbert’s powerful expose of past and present race relations in Australia is an alarming story of land theft, human rights abuse, slavery, inequality and paternalism. Today considered a classic File Size: KB.
ABORIGINAL LAND AGREEMENT NEGOTIATION FRAMEWORK. NSW Department of Industry, August ii. Foreword. Aboriginal Land Rights has been a long and at times hard journey for our people. It’s a journey we are committed to because the return of our land sustains Aboriginal people culturally, socially and economically. Background. The passing of Aboriginal land rights laws in Australia was caused by many important Aboriginal was not until the s, though, that there came an organised movement for the recognition of Aboriginal land rights.. Pilbara strike. On 1 May , more than Aboriginal stockmen in the Pilbara region of Western Australia went on strike.
Background. The passing of Aboriginal land rights legislation in Australia was preceded by a number of important Aboriginal protests, including the Aboriginal Stockmen's Strike, the Yolngu Bark Petition, and the Wave Hill Walk-Off.. The Aboriginal Lands Trust Act (SA) established the South Australian Aboriginal Lands Trust. This was the first land rights law in modern times. The indigenous land rights ruling that could transform Canada Indigenous rights offer a path to a radically more just and sustainable country – which is .
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Study of the relationship between land rights legislation and the mining industry; examines the importance of land and sites in traditional Aboriginal life, effects of the Northern Territory Land Rights Act, SA land rights legislation, the Noonkanbah dispute and the Ranger agreement; draws attention to problems and areas of disagreement.
Aboriginals and the Mining Industry reviews the participation of Aborigines in mining company employment. It examines the contribution of land rights legislation to protecting Aboriginal interests, and it asks how far the growth of mining in remote parts of Australia has aided the economic development of Aboriginal groups living there.
Brilliant book in a sad kind of way - sad because it so accurately describes the mediocrity of Aboriginal affairs and the Aboriginal industry. What is scary is the fact that almost everything that is discussed in this book could be applied to the Aboriginal industry in by: Since then, the AAPA has continued to support their original rights from the Aboriginal right to land and the acquisition of citizenship rights to their cultural identity.
John Maynard’s Fight for Liberty and Freedom makes a huge contribution to understanding the country’s social and political history from an Aboriginal : Ellie Griffiths. Aboriginal land rights: towards a just national consensus / Australian Council of Churches; Aboriginal land rights: the need for a national consensus / Australian Mining Industry Council; Aboriginal land rights: a handbook / edited by Nicolas Peterson; Aboriginal Land.
1 The Aboriginal Industry: Weavers of Illusory Silk 19 2 Denying the Developmental Gap: Preserving Culture Aboriginal land rights and industry book a Jar 49 PART TWO TABOOS, FABRICATIONS AND SOPHISTRY 3 Land Claims: Dreaming Aboriginal Economic Development 81 4 Self-Government: An Inherent Right to Tribal Dictatorships 5 Justice: Rewarding Friends and Punishing Enemies My Country, Mine Country Indigenous people, mining and development contestation in remote Australia.
industry, a tension exists between the imperative to maintain cultural identity ALRA Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) ActFile Size: 2MB. Phillips is a lecturer and industry-trained book editor, where she worked with Magabala Books, University of Queensland Press, and Aboriginal Studies Press Author: Brigid Delaney.
Vincent Lingiari famously given back Gurindji tribe lands by Prime Minister of Australia Gough Whitlam in after the Wave Hill walkoff. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia. Land rights for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples refers to the ongoing struggle to gain legal and moral recognition of ownership of lands and waters they called home prior to.
The result is Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry: The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation, a book that combines our own experiences with 10. The NSW Aboriginal Land Rights Act assists Aboriginal people on the path for social and economic independence through the acquisition of land for housing, business enterprises, education and training as well as promoting Aboriginal culture, identity and heritage.
Overturning aqua nullius: securing Aboriginal water rights: Virginia Marshall: Feb, Aboriginal peoples in Australia have the oldest living cultures in the world. From the British colonisation of Australia marginalised Aboriginal communities from land and water resources and their traditional rights.
This book is the result of visits to remote communities by Andy Griffiths and other members of the Australian Book Industry supporting the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. satirical book which is a wonderful introduction to Land Rights and how it looks from an Aboriginal perspective.
It looks at how the traditions of the Dreaming stories. An important addition to studies of the politics of policy formulation and implementation. Anthropological Forum "The book tells us a great deal about contemporary Australia: the evolution of aboriginal rights, popular attitudes toward aborigines, the internal politics of the Labor Party, land use law, states' rights Cited by: 9.
Land Rights and Native Title in NSW January Comparison of Land Rights and Native Title in NSW In NSW there are two key mechanisms by which Aboriginal peoples can have their rights recognised in land – Land Rights and Native Title.
While these systems are both about recognising and providing for Aboriginal peoples [ rights,File Size: KB. Contains papers by N. Peterson, B. Egloff, R. Howie, C. Anderson, M.
Mansell, B. Moore, P. Felton, G. McDonald, and C. Rowley; papers outline history of legislation pertaining to Aboriginal rights to land in all States of Australia; status and extent of Aboriginal land holdings outlined; includes paper on the work of the Aboriginal Land Fund Commission and annotated bibliography on Aboriginal.
Sovereignty, Black Power, Land Rights and the State. The Aboriginal Tent Embassy. DOI link for The Aboriginal Tent Embassy. The Aboriginal Tent Embassy book.
Sovereignty, Black Power, Land Rights and the State. Edited By Gary Foley, Andrew Schaap, Edwina Howell. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: The Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act remains the most effective and workable legislation concerning Aboriginal rights to land in Australia.
Its mining provisions give Aboriginal landowners meaningful control over their land as well as providing exploration and mining interests with an ordered, transparent and equitable. Indigenous history (land rights, Stolen Generations, etc.), and cross‐cultural information.
Like Magabala Books and Aboriginal Studies Press, IAD Press is governed by a board of management made up of Aboriginal people and comprising senior office‐bearers fromFile Size: KB. Speech by Dr William Jonas AM, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Presented at ATSIC National Treaty Conference, Tuesday 27 August I would like to acknowledge the Ngunawal people, the traditional owners and custodians of the land where we meet today.
With stunning photographs and illustrations, this book is a fascinating insight, from earliest times to today, into the experiences of Indigenous children, whose land .Aboriginal Land Rights Regulation under the Aboriginal Land Rights Act Published LW 29 August ( No ) Her Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has made the following Regulation under the Aboriginal Land Rights Act VICTOR DOMINELLO, MP Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Explanatory note.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.