Achieving broader benefits from Indigenous land use agreements: Community development in Central Australia
Research on a range of agreements between Indigenous people and extractive industries suggests that equitable benefits from such activity on Indigenous land are rare. In Central Australia, the Central Land Council has piloted a new approach to generating
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