The Resource Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Stolen Generation : addressing term of reference (2) of the Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee Inquiry into the Stolen Generation, Alexis Goodstone, Amanda Cornwall

Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Stolen Generation : addressing term of reference (2) of the Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee Inquiry into the Stolen Generation, Alexis Goodstone, Amanda Cornwall

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Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Stolen Generation : addressing term of reference (2) of the Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee Inquiry into the Stolen Generation
Title
Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Stolen Generation
Title remainder
addressing term of reference (2) of the Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee Inquiry into the Stolen Generation
Statement of responsibility
Alexis Goodstone, Amanda Cornwall
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Proposes the establishment of a Stolen Generations Reparations Tribunal with the power to award compensation and recommend other forms of reparations to members of the stolen generations ; structure and processes of the proposed Tribunal ; includes international evidence of reparations for violations of human rights
Cataloging source
NSL
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Goodstone, Alexis
Dewey number
342.940872
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Cornwall, Amanda
  • Public Interest Advocacy Centre (Sydney, N.S.W.)
  • Australia
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  • Reparation
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Stolen generations (Australia)
  • Aboriginal Australians
Target audience
adult
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Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Stolen Generation : addressing term of reference (2) of the Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee Inquiry into the Stolen Generation, Alexis Goodstone, Amanda Cornwall
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"April 2000"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: leaves 33-34
Contents
Executive summary -- Part A. Background : 1. Introduction : About PLAC ; PIAC's stolen generations project ; About this submission -- Part B. The argument for reparations tribunal : Why reparations : Promoting social justice and self determination ; Common law rights ; Human rights violations ; Moral responsibility ; Reconciliation -- International experiences : New Zealand ; Canada ; South Africa -- Making reparations - Why a tribunal : Shortcomings of litigation ; Alternatives to litigation ; Resourcing reparations -- Part C. The structure and processes of the reparations tribunal : WHo can claim reparations : Groups/categories of claimats ; Defining 'Indigenous' ; Defining 'forcible removal' ; Estimating numbers -- Establishing liability : Problems with traditional tests for liability ; Rationale for strict liability test ; Tests for entitlement ; Definitions ; Standards of proof and onus ; State defence -- Forms of reparations : Monetary compensation ; Acknowledgement and apology ; Guarantee against repetition ; Measures of restitution ; Measures of rehabilitation -- Procedures of the Tribunal : Membership ; Procedures ; Evidence ; Where criminal acts are disclosed ; Representation and support ; Representation proceedings ; Appeals ; Sunset clause ; Maintaining common law rights -- Bibliography : Articles, reports and web sites ; Legislation ; Cases
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
35 leaves
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 and 3 donated by ATSIC Library
Label
Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Stolen Generation : addressing term of reference (2) of the Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee Inquiry into the Stolen Generation, Alexis Goodstone, Amanda Cornwall
Publication
Note
"April 2000"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: leaves 33-34
Contents
Executive summary -- Part A. Background : 1. Introduction : About PLAC ; PIAC's stolen generations project ; About this submission -- Part B. The argument for reparations tribunal : Why reparations : Promoting social justice and self determination ; Common law rights ; Human rights violations ; Moral responsibility ; Reconciliation -- International experiences : New Zealand ; Canada ; South Africa -- Making reparations - Why a tribunal : Shortcomings of litigation ; Alternatives to litigation ; Resourcing reparations -- Part C. The structure and processes of the reparations tribunal : WHo can claim reparations : Groups/categories of claimats ; Defining 'Indigenous' ; Defining 'forcible removal' ; Estimating numbers -- Establishing liability : Problems with traditional tests for liability ; Rationale for strict liability test ; Tests for entitlement ; Definitions ; Standards of proof and onus ; State defence -- Forms of reparations : Monetary compensation ; Acknowledgement and apology ; Guarantee against repetition ; Measures of restitution ; Measures of rehabilitation -- Procedures of the Tribunal : Membership ; Procedures ; Evidence ; Where criminal acts are disclosed ; Representation and support ; Representation proceedings ; Appeals ; Sunset clause ; Maintaining common law rights -- Bibliography : Articles, reports and web sites ; Legislation ; Cases
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
35 leaves
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 and 3 donated by ATSIC Library

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