5 edition of Mabo, Wik & native title found in the catalog.
Previous ed: 1998.
|Other titles||Mabo, Wik and native title|
|Statement||Peter Butt, Robert Eagleson, Patricia Lane.|
|Contributions||Eagleson, Robert D., Lane, Patricia Margaret.|
|LC Classifications||KU46.M33 B882 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||2001430342|
In this book, Peter H. Russell offers a comprehensive study of the Mabo case, its background, and its consequences, contextualizing it within the international struggle of indigenous peoples to overcome colonized status. --book jacket. Native title is the designation given to the common law doctrine of Aboriginal title in Australia, which is "the recognition by Australian law that Aboriginal people have rights and interests to their land that come from their traditional laws and customs". The concept recognises that in certain cases there was and is a continued beneficial legal interest in land held by local Aboriginal.
The first native title case after the Mabo decision, ‘Wik’ has paved the way for thousands of square kilometres of land to be returned to Indigenous Australians. Mabo Day & Native Title: Who was Eddie Mabo & what is his legacy? - Behind the News - Duration: Behind the N views.
The Museum has unveiled a plaque commemorating the Mabo decision. Mabo 20 years on: a celebration. Members of the community and politicians celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Mabo High Court decision on 3 June which recognised that Eddie Koiki Mabo and others held native title to land on Murray Island (Mer) in the Torres Strait. Welcome to the wonderful world of Mabo, Wik and Native Title: In , of the Yorta Yorta (Aboriginal river people) filed claim on behalf of their member community square kilometres of land stretching in the north to within 50 kilometres of land stretching in north to within 50 kilometres of Deniliquin in New South Wales, to Euroa, Victoria, in the south, Kow Swamp .
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Mabo, Wik and Native Title by Peter Butt,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Get this from a library. Mabo, Wik & native title. [Peter Butt; Robert D Eagleson] -- Second edition annotated at B B/M2; third edition includes chapters on the High Court's decision in the Wik case in December and on the government's response to the Wik decision.
Get this from a library. Mabo, Wik & native title. [Peter Butt; Robert D Eagleson; Patricia M Lane; Australia. High Court.] -- Presents plain language versions of the High Court's decision in the Mabo case, the Wik decision and the essential elements of the Native Titles Act including the amendments.
Mabo - The Native Title Revolution Mabo into the Mabo legal case and the important issues it raises for Australians and indigenous peoples everywhere.
It gives an overview of the case and provides an insight into both the man at its centre, Eddie "Koiki" Mabo. Australian Bureau of Statistics,The Mabo Case and the Native Title Act, Year Book Australia ; 3. Behrendt, L.Indigenous Australia for Dummies (electronic), Wiley Publishing Australia PTY LTD, Milton, Australia, pg.
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The Mabo decision and Native Title. On June 3the High Court of Australia handed down its decision in the long-running case of Eddie Koiki Mabo and his compatriots from the Torres Strait island of Mer. Together they challenged the authority of the Queensland government to claim not just sovereignty but also ownership of the land comprising their ancestral home.
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Native title has dramatically altered the law and public policy in Australia. It has had a fundamental impact on social relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians and the courts have played a central role in its development, and continue to do so.
Fifteen years have seen the evolution of native title from uncertain foundations to an arguably comprised 5/5(1). Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more.
In libraries. Presents plain language versions of the High Court's decision in the Mabo case, the Wik decision and the essential elements of the Native Titles Act including the amendments. To some Australians, the Mabo case threatened to overturn all that had happened since the British arrived in But to others, it was a long overdue acknowledgment of historic injustices.
The author gives us the background behind Mabo. Chronicling years of effort by Aboriginal activists to assert some residue of native title. It's not a Cited by: Collection of 11 essays that examine the implications and ramifications of the Mabo decision on Australia and its law.
Discusses such topics as the constitutional background to the decision, public law aspects, the admissibility of traditional evidence, the implications for Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, and native title and pastoral leases.
Mabo, Wik & Native Title by Peter Butt, Robert Eagleson, Patricia Lane From reader reviews: Yolanda Matlock: Within other case, little men and women like to read book Mabo, Wik & Native Title.
You can choose the best book if you like reading a book. Provided that we know about how is important a book Mabo, Wik & Native Title. Wik Peoples v The State of Queensland (commonly known as the Wik decision) is a decision of the High Court of Australia delivered on 23 December on whether statutory leases extinguish native title rights.
The court found that the statutory pastoral leases under consideration by the court did not bestow rights of exclusive possession on the : High Court of Australia.
This edited book, Native Title from Mabo to Akiba, It has been a little over 20 years since the High Court’s recognition of native title in Mabo v Queensland (No 2) and the subsequent enactment of the Commonwealth Native Title Act Despite high hopes for native title at that time, it has failed to live up to its expectations.
Compromised Jurisprudence established itself as a well-priced and accessible introduction to the title has dramatically altered the law and public policy in Australia. It has had a fundamental impact on social relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians and the courts have played a central role in its development, and continue to do so.
Winner of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature‘s Alvie Egan Award !. Winner of the Association for Anglophone Postcolonial Studies (GAPS) Dissertation Award This is the first in-depth, broad-based study of the impact of the Australian High Court’s landmark Mabo decision of on Australian : Geoff Rodoreda.
This book focuses on the extensive commercial implications of Mabo, Wik and the native title legislation. It covers: Australian native title legislation and cases The Wik decision and post-Wik legislative options The government’s proposed changes to the Native Title Act Cape York and Crescent Head Agreements The Century Zinc negotiations Accounting and auditing.
The Mabo decision is short for Mabo vs Queensland (No 2) (). The legal decision was made by the High Court on 3 June The Mabo decision was named after Eddie Mabo, the man who challenged the Australian legal system and fought for recognition of the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of their land.
The Mabo decision changed Australia's concept of land ownership. It was a divisive yet important step toward recognising Indigenous rights and establishing native : Kate Galloway.Mabo—The Native Title Revolution Inthe High Court of Australia put an end to the legal fiction that Australia was empty before it was Wik—the first native title judgment delivered by the High Court for mainland Australia.
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