The Resource 'Fair go'? Equality? The peoples movement for reconciliation (ANTaR) and critical information literacy, Glenn Giles

'Fair go'? Equality? The peoples movement for reconciliation (ANTaR) and critical information literacy, Glenn Giles

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'Fair go'? Equality? The peoples movement for reconciliation (ANTaR) and critical information literacy
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'Fair go'? Equality? The peoples movement for reconciliation (ANTaR) and critical information literacy
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Glenn Giles
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eng
Summary
The importance of information literacy as an element in the process of reconciliation; creation and role of Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR); government policies relating to ATSIC and Indigenous affairs spending in the 1990's; the importance of the general public's access to good-quality information about Indigenous Australians and issues affecting them and the role of libraries in doing so; communication and information technology; human rights
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non fiction
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'Fair go'? Equality? The peoples movement for reconciliation (ANTaR) and critical information literacy, Glenn Giles
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 215-218
Label
'Fair go'? Equality? The peoples movement for reconciliation (ANTaR) and critical information literacy, Glenn Giles
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 215-218

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