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ILJRH Workshop - The benefits of Aboriginal land repossession

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CB10.05.580

235 Jones Street

Ultimo, NSW 2007

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Workshop on Aboriginal land and 'new economies': how can benefits be realised?

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Over the last 40 years a land titling revolution has seen the return of land to Indigenous ownership. In NSW, the amount of land returned to Indigenous ownership varies across urban, coastal and bush regions; these land holdings have different economies climate impact and populations. While leveraging communal land holdings for economic advancement is a leading policy objective, the benefits of land-based entrepreneurialism are rarely canvassed. This workshop brings together academics and community examining the limits and possibilities of leveraging the Aboriginal land estate for economic benefit.

The workshop will contribute to debates over the institutional arrangements, alternate economies, recent litigation and enabling policy environment to progress Aboriginal benefit from the returned land estate. With a specific focus on NSW, presentations cover: compensation, conservation economy, agreement making, procurement and supply, energy transition & renewables and water entitlements.

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Ultimo, NSW 2007

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