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Doing Business with Aboriginal Communities Conference : 27-29 February, 1996 : Beaufort Hotel, Darwin

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Doing Business with Aboriginal Communities Conference : 27-29 February, 1996 : Beaufort Hotel, Darwin
Title
Doing Business with Aboriginal Communities Conference
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27-29 February, 1996 : Beaufort Hotel, Darwin
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Language
eng
Summary
Papers address issues involved in securing a sound economic base for Indigenous Australians
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1996
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Doing Business with Aboriginal Communities Conference
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  • Business enterprises, Aboriginal Australian
  • Aboriginal Australians
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Doing Business with Aboriginal Communities Conference : 27-29 February, 1996 : Beaufort Hotel, Darwin
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Rebutting myths on Native Title and claimable lands / Robert French -- Making greater use of local agreements which do not require ramification by the NNTT or the courts -- Lessons learnt through mediations with Aboriginals and Industry / Hal Wootten -- Joint ventures between companies and traditional owners : Carpentaria Shipping Services Pty Lid : a working example of co-operation between the Aboriginal Community and a large business enterprise / Campbell Smith -- Binding commonality...working towards business arrangements / Ray Morrison -- A successful partnership: the Mt Todd agreement (paper not included)/ Richard Ryan, John Havnen -- Mining Panel discussion -- Partnership for the 21st Century / Rick Farley -- An evolution in Aboriginal community-mining company relations in Canada / Hans Matthews -- Negotiating agreements in the Northern Territory / Grant Watt -- Developing successful business partnerships / Gatjil Djerrkura (paper not included)-- CRA's approach to collaborative arrangements with local communities / Paul Wand -- Aboriginal expectations of proper consultations / Patrick Green -- The framework for mineral exploration to proceed without triggering the Native Title Act procedure : industry perspective: Noel Bridge, academic perspective: Reforming the Native Title Act framework to make it work more efficiently and equitably for Indigenous and mining industry interests : an economics perspective : Jon Altman -- Lessons from successful negotations /Peter Freund -- Workshop Communicating - a practical approach" / Michael Young -- Establishing community based programs and training / Kate George -- An analysis of successful employment programmes in major mines / Jeremy van de Bund -- Assistance for employment and training programs / Paul Pagett -- A successful pastoral venture / Mr Tilmouth and Ross Ainsworth (paper not included) -- The pastoral industry : Morr Morr Pastoral Company (Delta Downs) a case study / Chris Evans -- Tourism -communicating for sustainable business / Andrea Martin -- Business networking in the Aboriginal arts and craft industry -- Cross cultural communication : Working with Indigenous people: some basic differences between the way Indigenous and non-Indigenous people view the world / Chip Morgan -- Managing risks: doing business with non-Aborignal companies / John Ah Kit -- Minerals industry and Indigenous peoples forging (economic) links / Barry Vellnagel
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
1 v.(loose-leaf)
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 and 3 donated by Jon Altman papers
Other physical details
maps
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Doing Business with Aboriginal Communities Conference : 27-29 February, 1996 : Beaufort Hotel, Darwin
Publication
Contents
Rebutting myths on Native Title and claimable lands / Robert French -- Making greater use of local agreements which do not require ramification by the NNTT or the courts -- Lessons learnt through mediations with Aboriginals and Industry / Hal Wootten -- Joint ventures between companies and traditional owners : Carpentaria Shipping Services Pty Lid : a working example of co-operation between the Aboriginal Community and a large business enterprise / Campbell Smith -- Binding commonality...working towards business arrangements / Ray Morrison -- A successful partnership: the Mt Todd agreement (paper not included)/ Richard Ryan, John Havnen -- Mining Panel discussion -- Partnership for the 21st Century / Rick Farley -- An evolution in Aboriginal community-mining company relations in Canada / Hans Matthews -- Negotiating agreements in the Northern Territory / Grant Watt -- Developing successful business partnerships / Gatjil Djerrkura (paper not included)-- CRA's approach to collaborative arrangements with local communities / Paul Wand -- Aboriginal expectations of proper consultations / Patrick Green -- The framework for mineral exploration to proceed without triggering the Native Title Act procedure : industry perspective: Noel Bridge, academic perspective: Reforming the Native Title Act framework to make it work more efficiently and equitably for Indigenous and mining industry interests : an economics perspective : Jon Altman -- Lessons from successful negotations /Peter Freund -- Workshop Communicating - a practical approach" / Michael Young -- Establishing community based programs and training / Kate George -- An analysis of successful employment programmes in major mines / Jeremy van de Bund -- Assistance for employment and training programs / Paul Pagett -- A successful pastoral venture / Mr Tilmouth and Ross Ainsworth (paper not included) -- The pastoral industry : Morr Morr Pastoral Company (Delta Downs) a case study / Chris Evans -- Tourism -communicating for sustainable business / Andrea Martin -- Business networking in the Aboriginal arts and craft industry -- Cross cultural communication : Working with Indigenous people: some basic differences between the way Indigenous and non-Indigenous people view the world / Chip Morgan -- Managing risks: doing business with non-Aborignal companies / John Ah Kit -- Minerals industry and Indigenous peoples forging (economic) links / Barry Vellnagel
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
1 v.(loose-leaf)
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 and 3 donated by Jon Altman papers
Other physical details
maps

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