Wild Rivers and Informed Consent on Cape York
The Wild Rivers Bill advocates providing Aboriginal land owners with rights in commercially valuable resources on their lands, but only in Cape York. Were the Wild Rivers Bill passed into law we would see a fundamental change in the current workings of land rights and native title laws in Australia, the attachment of resource rights to native title lands to an extent that exceeds the current-best case situation in the Northern Territory. While the proposal contained in the Wild Rivers Bill...[Show more]
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