Development planning and aboriginal rights

the case of Northern Canada. by A. L. Swiderski

Publisher: Pergamon in Oxford

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Get this from a library. Development planning and aboriginal rights: the case of northern Canada. [A L Swiderski] -- The purpose of this monograph is to examine the relationships, conflicts and potential of development planning and aboriginal rights in northern Canada. Development planning being defined as a.

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Indigenous planning (or Indigenous community planning) is an ideological approach to the field of regional planning where planning is done by Indigenous peoples for Indigenous communities. Practitioners integrate traditional knowledge or cultural knowledge into the process of planning.

Indigenous planning recognizes that "all human communities plan" and that Indigenous communities. Aboriginal Land Council planning and development The Aboriginal Land Rights Act (ALRA) acknowledges the strong relationship between Aboriginal people and the land. The Act provides a system through which Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALC) can be vested freehold title to land or obtain it through land claims, purchase or bequest.

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How can we Author: Libby Porter. ern planning, yet has existed and been practiced by Indigenous com-munities for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.

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This book explores economic development in order to achieve a greater understanding of this process. Throughout the book, Anderson examines the objectives, strategies, structures, and activities of the Aboriginal peoples in Canada with the following four goals:.

The nature of land rights changed in the s when the Labor Party developed the five principles approach to land rights that proposed: 1) Aboriginal land be held under freehold title 2) full legal protection of Aboriginal sites 3) Aboriginal control in relation to mining on Aboriginal land 4) access to mining royalty payments and 5.

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In Reclaiming Indigenous Planning, scholars and practitioners connect the. Primarily for courses examining development issues. This book traces and analyses the recent evolution in thinking about the development of aboriginal people's communities.

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Works by these bodies are entered under the name used at time of publication. In Victoria’s Traditional Owner Settlement Act is delivering recognition, economic opportunity and joint management of Crown land for Traditional Owners across the state.

While the Act offers an extensive range of benefits, it has also created a demand for specialist NRM, economic development and strategic planning advice before claims are settled. Land Rights and Aboriginal Economic Development: Lessons from the Northern Territory he economic future of Aboriginal Australians in the Northern Territory (NT) will be significantly improved in the 21st century if strategic gains in land ownership made in the late 20th century can be converted into eco­ nomic development of diat land.

[Extract] AEDP: the champion of Aboriginal self determination. The principal Federal government policy encouraging the implementation of rural development projects on Aboriginal communities is the Aboriginal Employment Development Policy(AEDP), launched by the Prime Minister in October (AEDP a).

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As such, it is intended as a practical contribution to the ongoing discussion in Australia on how to translate native title and other land rights into development outcomes that are determined and valued by Aboriginal people. Its. Jun 14,  · This gives the Aboriginal community greater opportunities for economic independence and is consistent with the overall aims of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NSW), which lays the foundations for a more secure and self-reliant economic future for all Aboriginal people in NSW.

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Peter Kulchyski. Arbeiter Ring Publishing, Buried Deep in Peter Kulchyski’s new book, titled Aboriginal Rights Are Not Human Rights: In Defence of Indigenous Struggles, is a powerful lesson from a Cree protest camp.

With Manitoba Hydro planning to unleash a dam onto a spillway inwithout the. John Taylor is a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, The Australian National University, Canberra.

The Council of Australian Governments is trialing Indigenous Community Coordination Pilot schemes around the country aimed at fostering whole-of-government approaches to service delivery and development. Aboriginal Sustainable Economic Development.

Aboriginal sustainable development law balances economic development, respect for Aboriginal rights and environmental conservation for.

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The Aboriginal Development Commission was established in July to further the 'economic development of Aboriginals'.