'Developing a land and resource management framework for Kaanju homelands, Central Cape York Peninsula'
This paper outlines efforts by Kaanju families to develop a comprehensive framework for the management of traditional lands and their associated resources on Kaanju homelands. Based at the Chuula homeland camp on the upper Wenlock River, Kaanju people are attempting to move beyond involvement as mere partners or stakeholders in land and resource management projects, which involves a substantial re-orientation in the ways in which land and resource management are undertaken. Through engagement...[Show more]
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