Constitutional Work In Progress: Reconciliation And Renewal In Indigenous Australia And The World: A Background Paper On Indigenous Constitutional Reform Prepared For Indigenous Practitioners Per Indigenous Law Centre, University Of New South Wales, Sydne

Jull, Peter (1998). Constitutional Work In Progress: Reconciliation And Renewal In Indigenous Australia And The World: A Background Paper On Indigenous Constitutional Reform Prepared For Indigenous Practitioners Per Indigenous Law Centre, University Of New South Wales, Sydney.

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Title Constitutional Work In Progress: Reconciliation And Renewal In Indigenous Australia And The World: A Background Paper On Indigenous Constitutional Reform Prepared For Indigenous Practitioners Per Indigenous Law Centre, University Of New South Wales, Sydney
Abstract/Summary The full paper is a tour of the political experience and main available precedents of recent 'first world' indigenous constitutional work in practice.
Keyword Indigenous self-government
Australia - Constitution
Australian Aborigines - law reform
Date 1998-08-01
Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines 379902 Aboriginal Studies
390110 Indigenous Law
390103 Constitutionalism and Constitutional Law
370103 Race and Ethnic Relations
Author Jull, Peter
Open Access Status Other

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Collection: School of Political Science and International Studies Publications
 
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