Recognising indigenous rights in land use planning governance

Abstract: Established planning texts appoint Indigenous peoples to pre-defined positions and create authority structures that are often grounded in Western legal and political conventions traditions and may not correspond to the governance aspirations or structures of individual Indigenous groups.

Author(s): Barry, Janice; Porter, Libby

Source(s): , 19 p. draft

Published: 2010 University of Warwick, [Coventry (English



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