The Resource 'Our struggle as Kimberley Aboriginal peoples is for the recognition of inherent and fundamental rights, interests and responsibilities in land', Wayne Bergmann

'Our struggle as Kimberley Aboriginal peoples is for the recognition of inherent and fundamental rights, interests and responsibilities in land', Wayne Bergmann

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'Our struggle as Kimberley Aboriginal peoples is for the recognition of inherent and fundamental rights, interests and responsibilities in land'
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'Our struggle as Kimberley Aboriginal peoples is for the recognition of inherent and fundamental rights, interests and responsibilities in land'
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Wayne Bergmann
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eng
Summary
Historical review of Kimberley Land Council (KLC); change in perceptions of Traditional Owners since first three native title determinations signed; land rights struggle ongoing; governance, sustainable use of resources and development of land for social and economic benefit seen as next steps; raises political and economic questions; reviews outcomes Bergman now focussing on at KLC; views on administration of Aboriginal affairs, including role of traditional ownership groupings; rise of Prescribed Corporate Bodies; developing capacity and providing for the future; historical research in native title claims
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Bergmann, Wayne
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Choo, Christine
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Kimberley Land Council (W.A.)
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'Our struggle as Kimberley Aboriginal peoples is for the recognition of inherent and fundamental rights, interests and responsibilities in land', Wayne Bergmann
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'Wayne Bergamn was interviewed on 23 January 2002 by Christine Choo. This statement, edited from the interview, was prepared in consultation with Wayne Bergmann, [Executive Director, Kimberley Land Council].'
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'Our struggle as Kimberley Aboriginal peoples is for the recognition of inherent and fundamental rights, interests and responsibilities in land', Wayne Bergmann
Publication
Note
'Wayne Bergamn was interviewed on 23 January 2002 by Christine Choo. This statement, edited from the interview, was prepared in consultation with Wayne Bergmann, [Executive Director, Kimberley Land Council].'

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