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Indigenous Governance Conference speeches

Label
Indigenous Governance Conference speeches
Title
Indigenous Governance Conference speeches
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Papers from around Australia on governance issues in Indigenous affairs; some papers annotated separately
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Reconciliation Australia (Organisation)
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Indigenous Governance Conference
Label
Indigenous Governance Conference speeches
Link
https://web.archive.org/web/20080723062157/http://www.reconciliation.org.au/igawards/pages/about-governance/conference.php
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Some papers also annotated separately
Contents
Session 1: Defining Indigenous governance - a comparative overview of conceptual, historical and contemporary developments : Ancient jurisdictions, Aboriginal polities and sovereignty / Marcia Langton -- The importance and power of Indigenous self-governance: evidence from the United States / Stephen Cornell -- Defining Indigenous governance / Neil Sterrit -- Good governance for Indigenous communities and regions: more diverse than unified, as much process as structure / Will Sanders -- Session 2 : Corporate and Institutional strengthening for effective Indigenous governance on the ground : Developing strong and effective Aboriginal institutions / David Martin -- The nation building challenge for native leaders in an unstable policy world / Manley Begay -- Session 3: Australian case studies: Greater autonomy and improved governance in the Torres Strait Region / Terry Waia -- Case studies - corporate and institutional strengthening for effective Indigenous governance on the ground / Alison Anderson -- Good governance and the regional and community perspective / William (Sam) Jeffries -- Session 4: Towards a fiscal relations framework for community and regional governance : Indigenous governance in Australia: lessons from the Commonwealth Grants Commission's 2001 inquiry / Alan Morris -- Case studies - towards a fiscal relations framework for community and regional governance: the First Nations Finance Authority (FNFA) / Grand Chief Edward John -- Towards a fiscal framework for resourcing Indigenous community governance in Australia / Diane Smith -- Indigenous governance: a Maori perspective / Tipene O'Regan Ngai Tahu -- Session 5 : Case studies: The emergence of new First Nations financial management institutions in Canada / Chief Sophie Pierre -- Failure of past Indigenous governance policy and practice / Peter Yu -- Good news for once: fiscal relationships between governments and Aboriginal people / John Ah Kit -- Getting it right / Parry Agius -- Session 6 : Community Justice, law and governance: Community justice, law and governance / Robert Yazzie -- Community justice, law and governance / Bill Jonas -- Globalisation and self-determination: the challenges for sovereignty and governance / Larissa Behrendt -- Session 7 : Australian case studies: Circle sentencing background and current NSW trial / Winsome Mathews -- Family violence in Indigenous communities - a case of the systemic failure of good governance / Jackie Huggins -- Indigenous -- [Paper on community based courts] / Christopher Vass -- The Northern Territory Aboriginal Law and Justice Strategy / Ali-Curung (Gwen Brown and Marjory Hayes) -- Dinner speech "A Chinaman in the woodpile - or a blackfella in the House?" / John Ah Kit -- Session 8 : Governance and sustainable economic development : Legitimacy, governance and Aboriginal tradition / Galarrwuy Yunupingu -- Why is self-governance so important in Indigenous economic development? / Stephen Cornell -- Governance and sustainable economic development / Grand Chief Edward John -- Enhancing economic development: governance challenges facing Indigenous communities within Australia's federal system / John Altman -- Session 9 : Case studies Tiwi Islands local government / Maralampuwi Kurrupuwu -- Session 10 : Leadership and capacity building for community and regional governance: The unstable policy world of native leaders / Manley Begay -- Leadership and capacity building for community and regional governance / Patrick Dodson -- Final outcomes and next steps / Fred Chaney
Label
Indigenous Governance Conference speeches
Link
https://web.archive.org/web/20080723062157/http://www.reconciliation.org.au/igawards/pages/about-governance/conference.php
Publication
Note
Some papers also annotated separately
Contents
Session 1: Defining Indigenous governance - a comparative overview of conceptual, historical and contemporary developments : Ancient jurisdictions, Aboriginal polities and sovereignty / Marcia Langton -- The importance and power of Indigenous self-governance: evidence from the United States / Stephen Cornell -- Defining Indigenous governance / Neil Sterrit -- Good governance for Indigenous communities and regions: more diverse than unified, as much process as structure / Will Sanders -- Session 2 : Corporate and Institutional strengthening for effective Indigenous governance on the ground : Developing strong and effective Aboriginal institutions / David Martin -- The nation building challenge for native leaders in an unstable policy world / Manley Begay -- Session 3: Australian case studies: Greater autonomy and improved governance in the Torres Strait Region / Terry Waia -- Case studies - corporate and institutional strengthening for effective Indigenous governance on the ground / Alison Anderson -- Good governance and the regional and community perspective / William (Sam) Jeffries -- Session 4: Towards a fiscal relations framework for community and regional governance : Indigenous governance in Australia: lessons from the Commonwealth Grants Commission's 2001 inquiry / Alan Morris -- Case studies - towards a fiscal relations framework for community and regional governance: the First Nations Finance Authority (FNFA) / Grand Chief Edward John -- Towards a fiscal framework for resourcing Indigenous community governance in Australia / Diane Smith -- Indigenous governance: a Maori perspective / Tipene O'Regan Ngai Tahu -- Session 5 : Case studies: The emergence of new First Nations financial management institutions in Canada / Chief Sophie Pierre -- Failure of past Indigenous governance policy and practice / Peter Yu -- Good news for once: fiscal relationships between governments and Aboriginal people / John Ah Kit -- Getting it right / Parry Agius -- Session 6 : Community Justice, law and governance: Community justice, law and governance / Robert Yazzie -- Community justice, law and governance / Bill Jonas -- Globalisation and self-determination: the challenges for sovereignty and governance / Larissa Behrendt -- Session 7 : Australian case studies: Circle sentencing background and current NSW trial / Winsome Mathews -- Family violence in Indigenous communities - a case of the systemic failure of good governance / Jackie Huggins -- Indigenous -- [Paper on community based courts] / Christopher Vass -- The Northern Territory Aboriginal Law and Justice Strategy / Ali-Curung (Gwen Brown and Marjory Hayes) -- Dinner speech "A Chinaman in the woodpile - or a blackfella in the House?" / John Ah Kit -- Session 8 : Governance and sustainable economic development : Legitimacy, governance and Aboriginal tradition / Galarrwuy Yunupingu -- Why is self-governance so important in Indigenous economic development? / Stephen Cornell -- Governance and sustainable economic development / Grand Chief Edward John -- Enhancing economic development: governance challenges facing Indigenous communities within Australia's federal system / John Altman -- Session 9 : Case studies Tiwi Islands local government / Maralampuwi Kurrupuwu -- Session 10 : Leadership and capacity building for community and regional governance: The unstable policy world of native leaders / Manley Begay -- Leadership and capacity building for community and regional governance / Patrick Dodson -- Final outcomes and next steps / Fred Chaney

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