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Filling the gaps and supporting the subversives : :the role of philanthropic and corporate organizations in Indigenous self-determination/, Larissa Behrendt

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Filling the gaps and supporting the subversives : :the role of philanthropic and corporate organizations in Indigenous self-determination/
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Filling the gaps and supporting the subversives
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:the role of philanthropic and corporate organizations in Indigenous self-determination/
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Larissa Behrendt
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Paper given at the 'Learning from the past, thinking about the future: partnerships between Indigenous Australia and the philanthropic and corporate community' conference 2002; discusses the limitations of 'practical reconciliation', specifically funds spent on "Indigenous-specific programs"; mentions a number of the rights included in Patrick Dodson's 4th Vincent Lingiari lecture; refers to a ground-up approach termed 'the subversive agency of Indigenous people', a movement that could benefit from philanthropic or corporate support; outlines the role of philanthropic and corporate entities in promoting self-determination
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