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Achieving Indigenous involvement in management of protected areas : lessons from recent Australian experience, Tony Corbett, Marcus Lane and Chris Clifford

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Achieving Indigenous involvement in management of protected areas : lessons from recent Australian experience
Title
Achieving Indigenous involvement in management of protected areas
Title remainder
lessons from recent Australian experience
Statement of responsibility
Tony Corbett, Marcus Lane and Chris Clifford
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Provides five case studies that illustrate the processes and strategies adopted by Aboriginal people to achieve co-operative or joint management of national parks or protected areas; outcomes and lessons learned
Member of
Cataloging source
QGU
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Corbett, Tony
Index
no index present
LC call number
DU124.L2
LC item number
C67 1998
Literary form
non fiction
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1966-
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  • Clifford, Chris
  • Lane, Marcus B.
  • Griffith University
Series statement
Aboriginal politics and public sector management research paper,
Series volume
no. 5
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • National parks and reserves
  • Natural resources
  • Wildlife conservation
Target audience
adult
Label
Achieving Indigenous involvement in management of protected areas : lessons from recent Australian experience, Tony Corbett, Marcus Lane and Chris Clifford
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"March 1998"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: Pages. 45-49
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Aboriginal involvement in protected areas : Conservation and people -- The co-management concept -- The benefits of co-management Indigenous perspectives : Title to land -- Effective participation in policy, planning and management -- Maintaining cultural practices and managing cultural heritage -- Ensuring the application of Indigenous land management knowledge and expertise -- Enabling Aboriginal people to explain and interpret their culture -- Enabling Aboriginal management of tourist visitation at appropriate levels -- Providing an economic base -- Symbolic recognition of Indigenous rights -- The benefits of co-management for park managers : Mitigating the impacts of conservation -- Informing the management of natural resources -- Developing partnerships in conservation -- Indigenous interests in protected areas: Recent case histories : Introduction -- Case history no. 1 : Background -- Significant events in the recognition of Indigenous interests -- Strategies for pursuing Aboriginal interests -- Lease negotiations -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Case history no.2 : The Willandra lakes region world heritage property and Mungo National park : Significant events in the recognition of Indigenous interests -- Strategies for pursuing Aboriginal interests -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Case history no. 3 : Mcllwraith Range/Silver Plains National Park proposal : Background -- Significant events in the recognition of Indigenous interests -- Lease negotations -- Strategies for pursuing Indigenous interests -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Case history no. 4 : Millstream-Chichester National Park : Background -- Significant events in the recognition of Aboriginal interests -- Strategies for pursuing Aboriginal interests -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Case history no. 5: The Tasmanian wilderness world heritage area : Background -- Significant events in the recognition of Aboriginal interests -- Strategies for pursuing Aboriginal interests -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Getting to Co-management -- Lessoons learned : Learning about co-management and developing a consensus on Aboriginal aspirations -- Identifying who speaks for country -- Developing a representative group to pursue Indigenous interests in protected areas -- Agreeing on the values to be managed, or 'what will we co-manager -- Getting to co-management takes time -- Some factors are beyond the control of Aboriginal participants -- Need for a framework for consultation -- Process can be just as important as outcome -- Deveoping a regional approach -- getting to Co-management by bargaining -- Conclusion : Information gathering -- Developing and harvesting Aboriginal aspirations -- Organising for negotiations and planning -- Negotiations -- References
Control code
000021800399
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
49 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library
Isbn
9780868577227
Issn
1326-7183
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Label
Achieving Indigenous involvement in management of protected areas : lessons from recent Australian experience, Tony Corbett, Marcus Lane and Chris Clifford
Publication
Note
"March 1998"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: Pages. 45-49
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Aboriginal involvement in protected areas : Conservation and people -- The co-management concept -- The benefits of co-management Indigenous perspectives : Title to land -- Effective participation in policy, planning and management -- Maintaining cultural practices and managing cultural heritage -- Ensuring the application of Indigenous land management knowledge and expertise -- Enabling Aboriginal people to explain and interpret their culture -- Enabling Aboriginal management of tourist visitation at appropriate levels -- Providing an economic base -- Symbolic recognition of Indigenous rights -- The benefits of co-management for park managers : Mitigating the impacts of conservation -- Informing the management of natural resources -- Developing partnerships in conservation -- Indigenous interests in protected areas: Recent case histories : Introduction -- Case history no. 1 : Background -- Significant events in the recognition of Indigenous interests -- Strategies for pursuing Aboriginal interests -- Lease negotiations -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Case history no.2 : The Willandra lakes region world heritage property and Mungo National park : Significant events in the recognition of Indigenous interests -- Strategies for pursuing Aboriginal interests -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Case history no. 3 : Mcllwraith Range/Silver Plains National Park proposal : Background -- Significant events in the recognition of Indigenous interests -- Lease negotations -- Strategies for pursuing Indigenous interests -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Case history no. 4 : Millstream-Chichester National Park : Background -- Significant events in the recognition of Aboriginal interests -- Strategies for pursuing Aboriginal interests -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Case history no. 5: The Tasmanian wilderness world heritage area : Background -- Significant events in the recognition of Aboriginal interests -- Strategies for pursuing Aboriginal interests -- Outcomes and lessons learned -- Getting to Co-management -- Lessoons learned : Learning about co-management and developing a consensus on Aboriginal aspirations -- Identifying who speaks for country -- Developing a representative group to pursue Indigenous interests in protected areas -- Agreeing on the values to be managed, or 'what will we co-manager -- Getting to co-management takes time -- Some factors are beyond the control of Aboriginal participants -- Need for a framework for consultation -- Process can be just as important as outcome -- Deveoping a regional approach -- getting to Co-management by bargaining -- Conclusion : Information gathering -- Developing and harvesting Aboriginal aspirations -- Organising for negotiations and planning -- Negotiations -- References
Control code
000021800399
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
49 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library
Isbn
9780868577227
Issn
1326-7183
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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