What good condition? reflections on an Australian Aboriginal treaty 1986-2006 / edited by Peter Read, Gary Meyers and Bob Reece Read, Peter, 1945-

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Read, Peter, 1945-
Subjects
Aboriginal Australians - Treaties.; Ebook; Aboriginal Australians - Government relations.
Contents
  • What good condition? / Peter Read
  • Foreword / Larissa Behrendt
  • Put not your faith in princes (or courts) agreements made from asymmetrical power bases: the story of a promise made to Western Australia’s Aboriginal people / Steven Churches
  • National encounters between Indigenous and settler peoples: some Canadian lessons / Ravi de Costa
  • Doubts about the treaty / Peter Read
  • Reflections on the history of Indigenous people’s struggle for human rights in Australia what role could a treaty play? / William Jonas
  • The political aspects of creating a treaty / Roderic Pitty
  • From enforceability to feel-good: notes on the prehistory of the recent treaty debate / Tim Rowse
  • The challenge for Australia: reconciling the treaty / Sue Stanton
  • A treaty for whom? / Eddie Mabo Jnr
  • What is a treaty? / Michael Dodson
  • Treaty: advancing reconciliation? / The Hon David Malcolm AC
  • International Human Rights: bases for Indigenous rights / Garth Nettheim
  • Consent: common law and native title / Stephen W Robson
  • ‘Treaty’: what’s in a name? / The Hon Justice Michael Barker
  • Customary Law and treaty / The Hon Justice Ralph Simmonds
  • Missed meanings: the language of sovereignty in the treaty debate / Lisa Strelein
  • Regional agreements, higher education and representations of Indigenous Australian reality / Greg McConville
  • Native title holding communities as treaty parties / Greg McIntyre
  • The Cape York view The Coolangatta Statement on Indigenous peoples’ Rights in Education / Richard Ah Mat.
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24992629

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