2013, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Research and development for the modelling and establishment of a South Australian Aboriginal sea ranger program : final report July 2013 / J. Downs, K. Wanganeen, P. Dietman, N. Kimber, M. Osborne, B. Dessart. Paterson, James Paul, 1959-, (author.)

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Research and development for the modelling and establishment of a South Australian Aboriginal sea ranger program : final report July 2013 / J. Downs, K. Wanganeen, P. Dietman, N. Kimber, M. Osborne, B. Dessart
 
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Physical Description
  • 67 pages : colour illustrations, colour maps ; 30 cm.
Published
  • [Deakin West, Australian Capital Territory] Fisheries Research &​ Development Corporation [Adelaide, South Australia] Primary Industries and Regions South Australia, 2013.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Research and development for the modelling and establishment of a South Australian Aboriginal sea ranger program : final report July 2013 /​ J. Downs, K. Wanganeen, P. Dietman, N. Kimber, M. Osborne, B. Dessart.
Author
  • Paterson, James Paul, 1959-, (author.)
Other Authors
  • Wanganeen, Klynton, (author.)
  • Dietman, Peter, (author.)
  • Kimber, Nathan, (author.)
  • Osborne, Matthew, (author.)
  • Dessart, Bart, (author.)
  • Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (Australia) (issuing body.)
  • Primary Industries and Resources SA (issuing body.)
Published
  • [Deakin West, Australian Capital Territory] Fisheries Research &​ Development Corporation [Adelaide, South Australia] Primary Industries and Regions South Australia, 2013.
Copyright
  • ©2013
Content Types
  • text
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  • volume
Physical Description
  • 67 pages : colour illustrations, colour maps ; 30 cm.
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Summary
  • Primary Industries and Regions South Australia (PIRSA), Fisheries and Aquaculture Division are responsible for the management of fisheries in South Australian waters. By engaging with, and developing relationships in South Australian communities it has become evident that there have been limited opportunities and interactions for South Australian Aboriginal Nations to contribute to the management and sustainability of their Sea Country.PIRSA and many Aboriginal Nations are aware of Sea Ranger programs in other states and are keen to understand the operations and benefits of these. Section 80 of the Fisheries Management Act 2007 provides that the Minister may appoint suitable persons as Sea Rangers. PIRSA commenced an extensive engagement process with Aboriginal Nations to research and develop a participatory approach.This report outlines the process for engagement, forum participation and recommendations from the forum which will enable a collaborative participatory process. The project has brought together representatives of Aboriginal Nations and advisors from government agencies to discuss, explore and define a working relationship to ensure that the marine environment is sustainably managed into the future in the most appropriate and collaborative way. Participatory planning utilising the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) framework enabled positive interactions.PIRSA and Aboriginal Nation of South Australia and the general public are all beneficiaries of this project, which aligns directly to the recent report "Shaping Advice for Indigenous Fishing and Aquaculture RD&​E within the National Strategy". The forum achieved a purposeful and focused learning environment for all representatives to build their capacity for, and understanding of, marine management, and government policy development.The process and ongoing relationships formed during the project have contributed to closing the gap that currently exists regarding participation and knowledge in the management of Sea Country and forms a sound basis for on-going progress in collaborative management.
Notes
  • Logos at foot of title: FRDC, Fisheries Research &​ Development Corporation ; Government of South Australia, Primary Industries and Regions SA.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
  • Also available online. Address as at 31/01/2014 :http:/​/​frdc.com.au/​research/​final-reports/​Pages/​2012-215-DLD.aspx
  • © Copyright Fisheries Research and Development Corporation and Primary Industries and Regions South Australia 2013.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9780646908489
Dewey Number
  • 333.9170899915
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