Content tagged with Native Title

Hon. Michael Kirby - Overturning aqua nullius book launch

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Video - 30 Mar 2017

Dr Virginia Marshall - Overturning aqua nullius book launch

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Video - 30 Mar 2017

What's New in Native Title - February 2017

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Publication or resource - 24 Mar 2017

What's New in Native Title - February 2017

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Publication or resource - 23 Mar 2017

Call for submissions to AIATSIS Research Publications

AIATSIS Research Publications is now accepting submissions from researchers and academics in Australia and internationally whose work has a...

News - 15 Mar 2017

Authorisation and decision-making in native title

The latest AIATSIS Research Publication Authorisation and decision-making in native title by Nick Duff is now available as a free download....

News - 16 Feb 2017

What's New in Native Title - January 2017

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Publication or resource - 15 Feb 2017

Authorisation and decision-making in native title

Native title involves an interface between the Australian legal system and Indigenous legal, cultural and political systems. The assertion and...

Publication or resource - 7 Feb 2017

What's New in Native Title - December 2016

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Publication or resource - 27 Jan 2017

Native Title Anthropology after the Timber Creek Decision

In August 2016, the traditional owners of Timber Creek in the Northern Territory, the Ngaliwurru and Nungali peoples, were awarded over $3.3 million...

Publication or resource - 25 Jan 2017

Overturning aqua nullius: securing Aboriginal water rights

Aboriginal peoples in Australia have the oldest living cultures in the world. From 1788 the British colonisation of Australia marginalised Aboriginal...

Publication or resource - 9 Jan 2017

Native Title Newsletter - December 2016

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Publication or resource - 15 Dec 2016

What's New in Native Title - November 2016

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Publication or resource - 12 Dec 2016

What's New in Native Title - October 2016

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Publication or resource - 17 Nov 2016

What's New in Native Title - September 2016

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Publication or resource - 20 Oct 2016

Inaugural youth forum success

Delegates with Professor Taiaiake Alfred. Photo: AIATSIS In response to the growing recognition of the importance and value of Indigenous...

News - 12 Oct 2016

What's New in Native Title - August 2016

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Publication or resource - 22 Sep 2016

The Commonwealth’s Indigenous land tenure reform agenda: Whose aspirations, and for what outcomes?

This paper argues that weak links are being made between increasing opportunities for economic development (including private home...

Publication or resource - 6 Sep 2016

Sharing our stories: a youth perspective

This session will have a digital media focus. It will provide opportunities for Indigenous youth to share their native title experiences...

Presentation - 2 Sep 2016

Keeping Culture Alive: the Badu plant and animal traditional knowledge project

Badu Island is home to Badulgal (Badu people) who speak the Kala Lagaw Ya language. For thousands of years Badulgal have used their Traditional...

Presentation - 2 Sep 2016

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