Taking centre stage: Aboriginal strategies for redressing marginalisation

Taking centre stage: Aboriginal strategies for redressing marginalisation Book Section

Resources, Nations and Indigenous Peoples: Case studies for Australasia, Melanesia and South-east Asia

  • Author(s): Davies, J., Young, E.
  • Secondary Author(s): Howitt, R., Connell, J., Hirsch, P.
  • Published: 1996
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

Notes: This paper covers issues such as: a) Marginalisaton b) Discussion on the Native Title Act 1993 c) national identity d) Northern Territory - mining situation e) Discussion about the Irrwanyere Aboriginal Corporation (that was formed in 1989 by traditional aboriginal land owners) and the Witjira National Park - this section is about the land management issues between the government and the Irrwanyere people. f) The EKIA (East Kimberley Impact Assessment ) project - is discussed. NOTE: although out-dated EKIA is often referenced in publications pertaining to impact assessment/mining/indigenous issues. g) Aboriginal - planning in the Kimberley region

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Davies, J., Young, E., 1996, Taking centre stage: Aboriginal strategies for redressing marginalisation, Book Section, viewed 10 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4208.

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