Beyond Communal and Individual Ownership: Indigenous Land by Leon Terrill

By Leon Terrill

Over the decade, Australian governments have brought a sequence of land reforms in groups on Indigenous land. This publication is the 1st in-depth research of those major and much achieving reforms. It explains how the reforms happened, what they do and their outcomes for Indigenous landowners and neighborhood citizens. It additionally revisits the explanation for his or her advent and discusses the numerous hole among public debate concerning the reforms and their genuine impact.

Drawing on foreign learn, the booklet describes the way it is important to maneuver past the innovations of communal and person possession so one can comprehend the genuine importance of the reforms. The book's clean point of view on land reform and cautious overview of key land reform theories may be of curiosity to students of indigenous land rights, land legislation, indigenous reports and aboriginal tradition not just in Australia but in addition in the other state with an curiosity in indigenous land rights.

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