Arthur, Bill (W S)
Under native title in Australia, Indigenous groups may form regional agreements with governments, industry and other parties. There is no clear statement about the scope of such agreements but the suggestion is that in some cases they could be comprehensive, resulting in arrangements which would resemble a form of regional government.
It is argued here that to achieve such an outcome would require the major parties involved to embrace notions of regionalism and agreement-making. This paper...[Show more]
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