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Contesting Native Title in Australia : institutions and ideologies, David Ritter

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Contesting Native Title in Australia : institutions and ideologies
Title
Contesting Native Title in Australia
Title remainder
institutions and ideologies
Statement of responsibility
David Ritter
Title variation
Annexure A
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Analyses the nature of the insitutions which administer the native title system in Australia and their interactions; the organisations dealt with are: The Federal Court of Australia; The National Native Title Tribunal; the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (and various peak level Indigenous working groups); national native title representative bodies; peak bodies of primary industry; and state and territory offices of native title; suggests a typology of idological positions in relation to native title - both for and against native title; state responses to native title legislation; discusses the responses of non-government and third parties to native title - mining industry; pastoral industry; 1998 amendments to native title law; changing role of the Federal Court; annex is a paper which discusses future act agreements and how they might be improved
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Ritter, David
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  • National Native Title Tribunal (Australia)
  • Australia
  • Australia
  • National Indigenous Working Group on Native Title (Australia)
  • Australia.
  • Australia.
  • Ideology
  • Federal government
  • Native title (Australia)
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Contesting Native Title in Australia : institutions and ideologies, David Ritter
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "August 2007"
  • Half title page headed: Annexure A
  • Accompanied by Annexures B, B1, C, D and E
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Explaining the native title system -- The ideologies of native title -- Indigenous peak bodies - Native title representative bodies -- Executive government -- Primary industry: non-government third party respondents -- National Native Title Tribunal --Annexure B: The ideology of native title / David Ritter (unpublished paper delivered as a public lecture as a visiting scholar to the Monash Faculty of Law on 18 October 2006 -- Annexure B1 : Report of annexure B: Katie Mitchell, "Uncovering the ideology of native title: David Ritter explores why ideology is absent from the native title debate, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, October 2006 -- Annexure C: David Ritter "Commentary" spoken version of paper delivered at the Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association National Conference, Melbourne, 20 October 2006 (later revised and edited as Annexure D) -- Annexure D: David Ritter "Native title : conventional wisdoms" Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association yearbook 2007 -- Annexure E: David Ritter, "Native title: analyzing institutional policy and agreement making" unpublished paper given at the Informa, "Negotiating Native Title Forum", Rendezvous Hotel, Melbourne, 26-7 February 2007 Federal Court of Australia
Extent
199 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
David Laurence Ritter;
Stock number
MAR07/137
Label
Contesting Native Title in Australia : institutions and ideologies, David Ritter
Publication
Note
  • "August 2007"
  • Half title page headed: Annexure A
  • Accompanied by Annexures B, B1, C, D and E
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Explaining the native title system -- The ideologies of native title -- Indigenous peak bodies - Native title representative bodies -- Executive government -- Primary industry: non-government third party respondents -- National Native Title Tribunal --Annexure B: The ideology of native title / David Ritter (unpublished paper delivered as a public lecture as a visiting scholar to the Monash Faculty of Law on 18 October 2006 -- Annexure B1 : Report of annexure B: Katie Mitchell, "Uncovering the ideology of native title: David Ritter explores why ideology is absent from the native title debate, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, October 2006 -- Annexure C: David Ritter "Commentary" spoken version of paper delivered at the Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association National Conference, Melbourne, 20 October 2006 (later revised and edited as Annexure D) -- Annexure D: David Ritter "Native title : conventional wisdoms" Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association yearbook 2007 -- Annexure E: David Ritter, "Native title: analyzing institutional policy and agreement making" unpublished paper given at the Informa, "Negotiating Native Title Forum", Rendezvous Hotel, Melbourne, 26-7 February 2007 Federal Court of Australia
Extent
199 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
David Laurence Ritter;
Stock number
MAR07/137

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