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Polity, capability, culture : thinking through the next phase of Australian Indigenous affairs, Peter Botsman

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Polity, capability, culture : thinking through the next phase of Australian Indigenous affairs
Title
Polity, capability, culture
Title remainder
thinking through the next phase of Australian Indigenous affairs
Statement of responsibility
Peter Botsman
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Presents timelines of significant events; discusses the 1967 Referendum and the formation of an "Indigenous polity" and the beginning of "Commonwealth Indigenous governance"; operations of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission; the Mabo decision; health and environment; concludes that the advent of the Commonwealth into Indigenous affairs shifted the leadership and authority away from the natural authority structures within Aboriginal communities at the local and regional level; discusses sovereignty and how self governance could work within the nation; discusses how the new polity and governance needs to be structured around traditional governance and cultural sovereignty
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Botsman, Peter
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Peter Botsman's working papers
Series volume
May 27, 2007
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  • McGinness, Joe
  • Wasaga, Billy
  • Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders
  • Australia
Label
Polity, capability, culture : thinking through the next phase of Australian Indigenous affairs, Peter Botsman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 112
Contents
Foreword: Failed state / Marcia Langton -- Foreword: Gerhardt Pearson -- Beyond the act of recognition -- Chronology of the present: Years of war and disease - frontier morality 1770-1861; Surviving the new white nation - paternalism & disappearance 1861-1933; the struggle begins for an Indigenous polity within the Australian nation state assimilation to citizenship 1933-1967; Self determination, land & economic rights: 1968-; Beyond Mabo: the struggle for independence; Recognising an independent Indigenous polity & cultural sovereignty 1992- -- How citizenship & government under-developed Indigenous Australia: the mixed blessings of 1967: the 1967 Referendum: what it says about our time; Politics and money; Holt, Gorton & McMahon; Whitlam; Fraser; The ATSIC years: representation without responsibility; Mabo; Howard; summary -- Sovereignty within the nation: direct parliamentary representation; A national policy & advocacy forum; a new (old) geography; Traditional governance and cultural sovereignty; Formal councils of elders; Enabling organisations; Financing; Social business grants; Greater Indigenous prosperity: regional priorities: urban priorities, inner regional priorities, outer regional priorities, remote priorities; Model enabling organisations: leadership, economic development, social business -- Appendix 1: Demography of non-indigenous & Indigenous Australia -- Appendix 2: Commonwealth Aboriginal Affairs ministers
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
112 p.
Other physical details
col. ill.
Label
Polity, capability, culture : thinking through the next phase of Australian Indigenous affairs, Peter Botsman
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 112
Contents
Foreword: Failed state / Marcia Langton -- Foreword: Gerhardt Pearson -- Beyond the act of recognition -- Chronology of the present: Years of war and disease - frontier morality 1770-1861; Surviving the new white nation - paternalism & disappearance 1861-1933; the struggle begins for an Indigenous polity within the Australian nation state assimilation to citizenship 1933-1967; Self determination, land & economic rights: 1968-; Beyond Mabo: the struggle for independence; Recognising an independent Indigenous polity & cultural sovereignty 1992- -- How citizenship & government under-developed Indigenous Australia: the mixed blessings of 1967: the 1967 Referendum: what it says about our time; Politics and money; Holt, Gorton & McMahon; Whitlam; Fraser; The ATSIC years: representation without responsibility; Mabo; Howard; summary -- Sovereignty within the nation: direct parliamentary representation; A national policy & advocacy forum; a new (old) geography; Traditional governance and cultural sovereignty; Formal councils of elders; Enabling organisations; Financing; Social business grants; Greater Indigenous prosperity: regional priorities: urban priorities, inner regional priorities, outer regional priorities, remote priorities; Model enabling organisations: leadership, economic development, social business -- Appendix 1: Demography of non-indigenous & Indigenous Australia -- Appendix 2: Commonwealth Aboriginal Affairs ministers
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
112 p.
Other physical details
col. ill.

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