The Resource Papers of Frank Brennan, (manuscript)

Papers of Frank Brennan, (manuscript)

Label
Papers of Frank Brennan
Title
Papers of Frank Brennan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Papers relating to Aboriginal land titles and services legislation for Queensland communities for the period 1982-89; correspondence; Wet Tropical Rainforest World Heritage listing; Yarrabah Land; Aboriginal Advisory Committee; Aboriginal Co-ordinating Council, Yallambee; deeds of grant and land in trust; other papers
Action
Registry file raised ; 97/469
Biographical or historical data
Reverend Father Frank Tennison Brennan is a Jesuit priest and a lawyer. He is the Director of Uniya, the Jesuit Social justice Centre in Sydney, Adjunct Fellow of the Australian National University Research School of Social Sciences and Honorary Visiting Fellow in Law at the University of New South Wales. His interests include Aboriginal rights, refugee rights, a 'Bill of Rights', human rights and constitutional reform. Brennan was advisor to the Bishops of Queensland on land rights legislation.
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1954-
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Brennan, Frank
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Queensland
  • Aboriginal Co-ordinating Council
  • Yarrabah Aboriginal Council
Label
Papers of Frank Brennan, (manuscript)
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/sites/default/files/catalogue_resources/MS4082.htm
Instantiates
Extent
.36 metres (2 boxes)
Governing access note
Open reading, copying and quotation, except for Series 1, for which access requires the Depositor's permission; Series 2, for which the Yarrabah Aboriginal Council's permission is required for quotation and Series 3, 1-3 and Series 4 for which the Library Director's permission is required for access, copying and quotation
Immediate source of acquisition
Rev. Father Francis Gerard Brennan
Publication designation
1979-1982
Label
Papers of Frank Brennan, (manuscript)
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/sites/default/files/catalogue_resources/MS4082.htm
Extent
.36 metres (2 boxes)
Governing access note
Open reading, copying and quotation, except for Series 1, for which access requires the Depositor's permission; Series 2, for which the Yarrabah Aboriginal Council's permission is required for quotation and Series 3, 1-3 and Series 4 for which the Library Director's permission is required for access, copying and quotation
Immediate source of acquisition
Rev. Father Francis Gerard Brennan
Publication designation
1979-1982

Library Locations

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