Content tagged with Native Title

Canberra to Cape Bedford: using historical photo archives for better land management

The Hope Vale Congress of Clans rangers have taken an ‘out of the box’ approach to material that is being returned to the remote Aboriginal community...

Presentation - 29 Apr 2016

Pormpuraaw ILUA

Between July 2014 and November 2015 the Traditional Owners for the Township of Pormpuraaw situated in Cape York Queensland, the Pormpuraaw Aboriginal...

Presentation - 29 Apr 2016

On country, online: using technology to support management of native title by native title holders

The mid-1990s was a period of extraordinary social and technological change in Australia. At almost the same time that Indigenous rights and...

Presentation - 29 Apr 2016

We want to learn more about our Country and culture and how to look after it

It’s important for Yangbala (Young people) to learn from the old people about cultural ways and become strong leaders. We got funding from The Nature...

Presentation - 29 Apr 2016

Everyday acts of resurgence

The recognition of native title provides Indigenous peoples with more than merely a land asset.  As land based cultures and societies,...

Presentation - 29 Apr 2016

Walbunja Fishing Rights

Walbunja People have been fishing and diving for abalone and lobster on the South Coast of NSW since time immemorial. Until 1970’s no other people...

Presentation - 29 Apr 2016

Native title agreements: Income tax and GST scenarios

Native Title Agreements range from simple agreements to complex commercial deals requiring sophisticated income management arrangements....

Presentation - 29 Apr 2016

Aboriginal agriculture

Aboriginal people conducted agricultures across two hundred sovereign lands on a scale that crossed many of those borders. How was that society...

Presentation - 29 Apr 2016

Principles practiced in transcending from agreements to practicing rights and interests on country

The Central Land Council (CLC) have established various means to enable negotiated land agreements and funding to transcend into the continuing...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Towards an understanding of a land-based Aboriginal economy in NSW: Is the Aboriginal Land Rights Act a better option than Native Title?

One of the most significant developments in Australian Indigenous polity over the last decade has been Indigenous engagement in the economy. In NSW,...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Olkola’s journey to independence

The Olkola Aboriginal Corporation was successful in securing one of the largest transfers of Aboriginal freehold land in Australia’s history when...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Freehold: is it all it’s cracked up to be?

Lessons learnt from the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (NSW) Since 1983 the NSW statutory Aboriginal land rights act has provided for a...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Ancestors teaching us anew

This panel will present on the ongoing work and finds from ‘Return, Reconcile, Renew: the history, effects and opportunities of repatriation and...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Back to country

Being on country, passing down the knowledge and ways of treating country, looking after country. Teaching younger people the importance of...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Car parks over cultural heritage: the Djiru story

The Clump Point area of North Queensland is extremely significant to the Djiru People and is a core part of Djiru homeland. The Djiru People have...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Moving from emissions reductions to sequestration for savanna burning: trick or treat?

Five years ago there were no Indigenous carbon farming projects and land management businesses were few and far between. Now there are 17 Indigenous...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

The economic benefits of being on country and future enterprise opportunities

It is well recognized that ‘Being on Country’ provides a diverse range of socio-economic, health, educational and cultural benefits for Indigenous...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

The Northern Land Council and the courts: a legal history

The Land Rights Act is celebrated as the high water mark of indigenous land rights legislation in Australia, if not globally.   While the...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Has anyone seen the Model Litigant?

The idea of the State, Territory and Commonwealth Governments as model litigants in litigation has sound common law roots.  In Australia the...

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

Native title: community engagement, empowerment and self-determination

Conflict resolution processes have primarily been used to assist those in conflict to bring disputes and often the relationships to an end....

Presentation - 28 Apr 2016

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