3 edition of Report of the Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory. found in the catalog.
Report of the Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory.
Australia. Parliament. Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory.
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Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory. The Joint Parliamentary Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory was appointed by Federal Parliament in Decemberspecifically to examine and report on the provisions of land rights legislation relating to the identification of traditional owners of Aboriginal land and establishing their views; and the adequacy of the legislation with respect to entry to Aboriginal land.
Australia. Parliament. Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory. Report of the Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory.
Canberra: Australian Govt. Pub. Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book. Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory: (Official Hansard Report). Published Canberra: [Commonwealth Govt.
Printer, ]. Legislative Assembly; document on Aboriginal land rights and the Northern Territory coastline from P.J.
Wells, Surveyor-General, Northern Territory; Laws of the Northern Territory relating to entry to Aboriginal land, the protection of sites of significance, wildlife conservation and. entry to seas. 1 Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, legislation package and the Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory legislation package.
affected communities including restrictions on Aboriginal rights to land. The Northern Land Council is proud to appear before this Committee on the 30th anniversary of the Barunga Statement which was presented to the then Prime Minister of Australia by the Chairs of both the NLC and Central Land Council and called for a national Treaty.
Magnify. NLC CEO Joe Morrison reads the NLC's statement to the Joint Select Committee. LEWIS, Dr Peter, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Rights Advocacy Lead, Oxfam Australia. 20 Ms Maria, Liaison Officer, Northern Land Council McLINDEN, Mr Peter, Manager, Transport and Infrastructure, Local Government Progress Report: Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait.
The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to make laws for the peace, order, and good government of the Commonwealth with respect to: (xxvi) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and within this power must enact and maintain and Act of Size: KB.
The final report of the joint parliamentary committee on constitutional recognition was released this week – the latest in a long line of reviews – but this one was followed by Labor senator Author: Lorena Allam. In the Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights (Bonner Committee) recommended that the most appropriate means of ensuring site protection in the Northern Territory would be “the creation of a statutory Authority with Land Council representation to co-ordinate requests for protection, initiate prosecutions and establish appropriate methods of protection”.
In Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory, Official Hansard Report Ross, D'Aboriginal customary authority and decision-making: the key role of traditional owners in creating legitimate and capable governance', paper given at Building Effective Indigenous Governance conference, Jabiru, November.
The Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) is pleased to make the following submission to the Joint Select Committee on Northern Australia. Based on the ILC’s experience working with Indigenous landholders in northern Australiafor almost 20 years, this submission focuses on the agricultural, horticultural and.
of two official reports which attacked Aboriginal land tenure. First, on 1 August, came the review of Indigenous training and employment programs, called “Creating Parity–the Forrest Review”.
Then, on 4 September, Federal Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Northern Australia tabled its final report, “Pivot North”. The committee reported to the Legislative Council in Octoberarguing that the Territory's Member of Parliament should be given full voting rights and that the Northern Territory should be represented in the Senate.
The report also called for the creation of an Executive Council comprising the Administrator. Joint Select Committee on Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory.
Sub-Committee [ Book: ] At AIATSIS Collections. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 35,) What a bloody cheek. Bryant, Gordon, [ Book: ] At AIATSIS Collections. The Joint Select Committee is the most recent in a line of inquiries, including the Referendum Council (), the Uluru Statement from the Heart (), the Joint Select Committee on Author: Lorena Allam.
- APO NT Submission to the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples 4. Rec 4. The committee recommends the repeal or amendment of section 51(xxvi) to remove the reference to Size: KB. In early September, the parliamentary Joint Select Committee (comprised of members of both the Senate and House of Representatives) on Northern Development tabled its final report, titled, “Pivot North”.
“Pivot North” also identified land tenure (Aboriginal Land Rights NT and Native Title Acts) as an impediment to development in the north. The Government of Malcolm Fraser supported the issue and in May Ian Viner, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, sent a submission to Cabinet recommending the implementation of land rights legislation Cabinet approved the recommendation on 25 Mayand the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Bill was introduced into Parliament.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Northern Territory. Petrol sniffing in remote Northern Territory communities / Select Committee on Substance Abuse in the Community Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory Darwin Submission by the Northern Land Council to the Joint Select Committee on.
Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act (Cth) (ALRA) in This was the first legislation in Australia to establish a land claim process by which traditional owners could claim land. Since then approximately 50 percent of the land in the NT has become Aboriginal land in addition to 85 percent of the coastline.
The Northern. This is a compilation of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 12 December (the compilation date).
This compilation was prepared on 21 January The Northern Territory Government has responded to the Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children’s final report, saying it accepts the intent and direction of all Justice Report outlines a human rights In implementing the framework, Dr Jonas stipulates the need for constitutional and legislative reform to protect rights at a federal level to Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Submission - Attachment 1.
Land claim by Alyawarra and Kaititja: report / by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner, Mr. Justice Toohey, to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs. KF A97 Australian Council of Churches submission to the Federal Ministerial Committee on Aboriginal Affairs on aboriginal land rights and a submission to the Senate Committee on Social Environment.
This progress report by the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples provides an overview of recent developments, reflects on the roundtable discussion that took place on the 30th April with key stakeholders including ANTaR's National Director Gary Highland and discusses the committees role in the next steps.
Jacqui Phillips appeared before the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples at their Sydney hearing today. Read (pdf KB) Current Campaigns.
Northern Land Council (Australia). Information Section. Land rights alert / produced by the Information Section, Northern Land Council for the Northern Territory Land Councils Northern Land Council.
Information Section [Darwin] Australian/Harvard Citation. Northern Land Council (Australia). Information Section. The Joint Select Committee met with key stakeholders in Sydney today.
Jacqui Phillips reiterated ANTaR's strong support for Constitutional reform to recognise Australia's First Peoples and to remove racially discriminatory aspects from Australia's founding Jacqui's opening statement here.
A long awaited report from the Joint Select Committee on the Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, also asks for the House of Representatives to discuss and.
The Territory’s executive power conferred by the Northern Territory (Self-Government) Regulations also expressly excludes the ability to affect rights in relation to Aboriginal land (some 50 per cent of the Territory’s land mass) and uranium mining.
These disabilities are much more than merely theoretical. The report of the Committee to Review the Situation of Aborigines on Pastoral Properties in the Northern Territory.
The Aboriginal Lands and Sacred Sites Bill (NT) was the first Bill implemented to protect sacred sites in the Northern Territory. It was drafted under the terms of Section 73(1) of the Land Rights Act, creating two categories of sacred site – sites on Aboriginal land trusts or Aboriginal freehold land, and sites not on Aboriginal land.
– Joint Select Committee, Aboriginal Land Rights in the Northern Territory. – Senate Standing Committee on Constitutional and Legal Affairs, Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders on Queensland Reserves. – House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs, Aboriginal Legal Size: KB.
Two weeks before NAIDOC, a report from the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights was tabled that examined the compatibility of the Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory Act (a $3. This book explains everything that Australians need to know about the proposal to recognise Aboriginal peoples in the Constitution.
It details how our Constitution was drafted, and shows how Aboriginal peoples came to be excluded from the new political settlement. It explains what the referendum – in which over 90% of Australians voted to delete discriminatory references to Aboriginal.
Australia FVPLS and the Northern Territory FVPLS. Anderson, P., and Wild, R., Ampe Akelyernemane Meke Mekarle ‘Little Children are Sacred’ Report of the Northern Territory Board of Inquiry into the Protection of Aboriginal Children from Sexual Abuse, Northern Territory Government, Darwin.
June 25 – July 6 Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition. The Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples has just concluded hearings at the Barunga Festival and in the Kimberley.
The Committee conducted hearings at Barunga, Halls Creek, Fitzroy Crossing, Kununurra and Broome. Inan Aboriginal Tent Embassy was established in the forecourt of the former federal Parliament House in Canberra, as a symbol of continued Aboriginal sovereignty and the need for improved land rights.
In the same year, the Larrakia Petition sought negotiation with Aboriginal groups on land rights and self-determination. From Aboriginal peoples experience with Commonwealth Ordinances in the protectionist and assimilation eras, through the Aboriginal Land Rights Act, the Native Title Act and the Northern Territory Intervention, Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory know that getting the right legal balance in the Constitution between the rights of people.
Coming to Terms challenges conventional thinking about Aboriginal title in South Australia. It does so by examining the legal consequences of provisions in the State's founding documents that reserve or protect Aboriginal rights to land.The Aboriginal Tent Embassy was established and put forward a substantive plan for land rights and sovereignty (NT an Aboriginal State, NT Parliament predominantly Aboriginal, compensation for land, protection of sacred sites).
Beginning of self-determination era with the Whitlam Government’s legislation and creation of legal and health services.18 Report and minutes of the House of Representatives Select - 56 Committee on Voting Rights of Aborigines 19 First report and correspondence of the Aboriginal Land Rights - 56 Commission 20 Correspondence with JL Cavanagh, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs -