Burgeoning Indigenous land ownership: Diverse values and strategic potentialities
There have been two major tranches of Indigenous land rights reform in Australia since colonisation. The first, during the 1970s to 1990s, was based on broadly compensatory land rights regimes passed by Commonwealth and State governments. By 1992 about eight per cent of the Australian continent was held under some form of land rights regime; almost all this land was located in remote Northern Territory and South Australia. Other land rights regimes, with more limited geographic coverage, have...[Show more]
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