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by Richard H. {Ed.} Bartlett

Author: Richard H. {Ed.} Bartlett
Language: English
Publisher: Centre for Commercial and Resources Law,University of Western Australia and Murdoch University (1993)
Pages: 187 pages
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Aboriginal land rights in Australia are return of lands to Aboriginal Australians by the Commonwealth, state or territory governments of Australia based on recognition of dispossession.

Aboriginal land rights in Australia are return of lands to Aboriginal Australians by the Commonwealth, state or territory governments of Australia based on recognition of dispossession. Different types of land rights laws exist in Australia, allowing for the renewed ownership of land to Aboriginals under various conditions. Land rights schemes are in place in the Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania

Resource Development . .by Richard H. Bartlett.

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Perth : The University of Western Australia, 1993. T1 - Resource Development and Aboriginal Land Rights in Australia. AU - Bartlett, Richard. A2 - Bartlett, R. Py - 1993. BT - Resource Development and Aboriginal Land Rights in Australia. PB - The University of Western Australia. CY - Perth Bartlett R, Bartlett R, (e. Resource Development and Aboriginal Land Rights in Australia. Perth: The University of Western Australia, 1993.

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Land Rights in the Northern Territory of Australia', paper given to the Land Rights Symposium, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies . The Mining Industry and Aborigines', paper given to the Academy of Social Sciences.

Land Rights in the Northern Territory of Australia', paper given to the Land Rights Symposium, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, CanberraAborigines, Land Rights and the Miners', paper given to the Australasian Political Studies l Land Rights in the Northern Territory. H. M. Morgan, 'The Mining Industry and Aborigines', paper given to the Academy of Social Sciences.

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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 colonisation of Australia in 1788

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 colonisation of Australia in 1788. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ laws and customs and ways of knowing and being in the world are intimately connected to the land and waters. Connection to land is therefore essential to the continued cultural survival of Indigenous Australians as well as their economic and social development.

In Australia, the recognition of such rights has, of course, been a long time .

In Australia, the recognition of such rights has, of course, been a long time coming. This article explores aspects of Aboriginal-based land affiliation in northern Australia and the role of the 'state' in recognising certain fundamental Aboriginal relationships to ancestral country. The development of this growing body of personal artworks has emerged in the context of a collaborative exploration into what might be called Aboriginal cultural geography, or, perhaps more conventionally, as expressions of Aboriginal land interests and the significance accorded to particular landscapes.

Native Title in Australia. Exam notes - Summary Native Title in Australia. 1Pages: 13year: 16/17.