Land rights and development reform in remote Australia
There has been escalating media coverage of the view that Indigenous economic disadvantage and housing and infrastructure shortages are linked to communal title to land resulting from land rights and native title. A variety of powerful figures have been suggesting that privatizing or individuating this land might generate better economic and social outcomes for Indigenous people, especially in remote and very remote Australia. This Discussion Paper challenges this view in two ways; by...[Show more]
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