Sharing Country: Land Rights, Human Rights and Reconciliation After Wik: Proceedings of a Public Forum Held At the University of Sydney on February 28, 1997
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119 pp., bibliography. Contents: Reconciliation and the Wik judgement / Linda Burney Implications of the Wik decision / Rick Farley The rule of law or the rule of the mob after Wik / Sean Flood Native title in an international perspective /Sarah Pritchard History, Wik and the relations between Aborigines and pastoralists / Anne McGrath Political and ethical issues in response to Wik /Frank Brennan Sharing country / David Byrne A response from the pastoral industry / John Purcell A mining company perspective / Peter Taylor Native title in NSW / John McCarthy Afterword- The Native Title Act, human rights and 'Workability' / Mick Dodson 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 1865410500AUS032012
Title: Sharing Country: Land Rights, Human Rights ...
Publisher: The University of Sydney
Publication Date: 1997
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
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