Indigenous-inclusive citizenship: The city and social housing in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia
Indigenous peoples in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia are highly urbanised. In spite of this, urban Indigenous communities have a difficult time giving effect to self-determining autonomy in comparison with their rural, remote, and reserve counterpart
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