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Towards self-government : a summary of the discussion paper, by the Legislation Review Committee

Label
Towards self-government : a summary of the discussion paper
Title
Towards self-government
Title remainder
a summary of the discussion paper
Statement of responsibility
by the Legislation Review Committee
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Summarises terms of reference which cover self-government options, funding, hunting, fishing and gathering rights, involvement in land use decisions, access to Aboriginal lands, community justice system and recognition of customary law, relationship to other government agencies; full discussion paper annotated separately at rec. no. 0008264
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illustrations
Literary form
non fiction
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Queensland
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  • Queensland.
  • Queensland.
  • Queensland.
  • Councils, Aboriginal Australian
  • Torres Strait Islanders
Target audience
adolescent
Label
Towards self-government : a summary of the discussion paper, by the Legislation Review Committee
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title; At foot of title; Inquiring into legislation relating to the management of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Queensland
  • "August 1991"
Contents
Discussion paper -- The Legislation Review Committee -- The committee's job -- Who we-ve spoken to -- First report -- Summary of the discussion paper -- Introduction to discussion paper : Self-determination -- Reference 1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander government structures : Current legislation governing community councils and Aboriginal shires ; Self-Government legislation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities ; Choices for community government ; Which communities can have self-Government -- Community councils and Aboriginal shire communities -- Communities that claim land in an existing Aboriginal or Island area -- Community located within mainstream shire -- Reference 2. Control and management of resources : Funding ; Support services and training ; Financial administration -- Reference 3. Involvement in alternative land use decisions : Introduction ; Planning legislation ; Joint and regional boards ; Increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander areas -- Reference 4. Control of entry -- Reference 5. Resolving disputes, keeping the peace, recognising customary laws : Introduction ; The solutions are different for each community ; The basic parts of the solution ; Changes are needed ; By-laws ; Aboriginal/Island courts ; Police ; Prevention of crime ; Community justice for communities without land -- Reference 6. Relationships with other levels of government : Relation with state government ; Aboriginal co-ordinating council and island co-ordinating council ; Aboriginal industries board ; Island industries board ; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander commission
Control code
M0010484
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
18 p. ;
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library.
Other physical details
diagrams
Stock number
p 015019
System control number
0008265
Label
Towards self-government : a summary of the discussion paper, by the Legislation Review Committee
Publication
Note
  • Cover title; At foot of title; Inquiring into legislation relating to the management of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Queensland
  • "August 1991"
Contents
Discussion paper -- The Legislation Review Committee -- The committee's job -- Who we-ve spoken to -- First report -- Summary of the discussion paper -- Introduction to discussion paper : Self-determination -- Reference 1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander government structures : Current legislation governing community councils and Aboriginal shires ; Self-Government legislation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities ; Choices for community government ; Which communities can have self-Government -- Community councils and Aboriginal shire communities -- Communities that claim land in an existing Aboriginal or Island area -- Community located within mainstream shire -- Reference 2. Control and management of resources : Funding ; Support services and training ; Financial administration -- Reference 3. Involvement in alternative land use decisions : Introduction ; Planning legislation ; Joint and regional boards ; Increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander areas -- Reference 4. Control of entry -- Reference 5. Resolving disputes, keeping the peace, recognising customary laws : Introduction ; The solutions are different for each community ; The basic parts of the solution ; Changes are needed ; By-laws ; Aboriginal/Island courts ; Police ; Prevention of crime ; Community justice for communities without land -- Reference 6. Relationships with other levels of government : Relation with state government ; Aboriginal co-ordinating council and island co-ordinating council ; Aboriginal industries board ; Island industries board ; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander commission
Control code
M0010484
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
18 p. ;
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library.
Other physical details
diagrams
Stock number
p 015019
System control number
0008265

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