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Graeme Neate

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Conference paper

24 May 2010
485

This paper focuses on the actual and potential economic implications of native title for Indigenous Australians.

Generally speaking, the procedural rights under the Act that could enable some groups to obtain economic opportunities and benefits are only enjoyed by those who have been legally...

Conference paper

13 Nov 2009
131

With most of the apprehension, uncertainty and fear that was associated initially with native title has dissipated, this paper examines the areas in which the legislation and native title processes could be improved.

The paper examines the following issues: • What native title issues...

Transcript

17 Jul 2009
181

This paper focuses on the resolution of native title claims by negotiated outcomes and looks at the range of options for settlement expressly contemplated, or permitted, by the Native Title Act.

It looks in some detail at the various factors that can affect...

Report

25 Feb 2009
10

It is 15 years since the Native Title Act commenced to operate, and it is appropriate to take stock of what has been achieved to date, look at some of the challenges ahead and think creatively about how those challenges might be met so that...

Report

27 Oct 2008
43

This paper provides a stocktake of key outcomes achieved to date and an estimate of how long it will take to finalise native title claims, an assessment of the main obstacles to resolving claims, and an analysis of an approach which all participants could take...

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