Issue Details: First known date: 2016 2016
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'Twenty-five years after Elliott Johnston’s thorough and prescient Report on the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, juvenile justice, freedom of speech, racial discrimination, human rights and a referendum on constitutional ‘recognition’ of Indigenous Australians remain subjects of contestation, national debate and international scrutiny.'

'In this collection, 17 distinguished Indigenous and non-Indigenous jurists, scholars and community leaders show common cause with Johnston. They pursue better ways of understanding social values, justice and equality expressed through issues of native title, incarceration rates, cultural protection, self-determination and rights of Indigenous peoples. They look to the law as a site of hope and an instrument of public education and principled change.' (Source: The Federation Press website)

Notes

  • Foreword by Kim Economides and Daryle Rigney

Contents

* Contents derived from the Annandale, Glebe - Leichhardt - Balmain area, Sydney Inner West, Sydney, New South Wales,: The Federation Press , 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Powerful Example : Introducing The Elliott Johnston Lectures, Gus Worby , Hossein Esmaeili , Simone Tur , 2016 single work criticism
The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody : Lessons For Wik, Frank Brennan , 2016 single work criticism
Back to the Future : Aboriginal Imprisonment Rates and Other Experiences, Pat O'Shane , 2016 single work criticism
A Tragedy of Dumb Politics : Does Mandatory Sentencing Cause Fundamental Damage to the Legal System?, Marcia Langton , 2016 single work criticism
Cultural Protection in Frontier Australia, Jacqui Katona , 2016 single work criticism
Power from the People : A Community- Based Approach to Indigenous Self-determination, Larissa Behrendt , 2016 single work criticism
From a Hard Place : Negotiating a Softer Terrain, Irene Watson , 2016 single work criticism
The Effect of Early Australian Laws on Aboriginal People : A Personal Perspective, Sue Gordon , 2016 single work criticism
From Rhetoric to Reconciliation : Addressing the Challenge of Equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in Criminal Justice Processes, Tom Calma , 2016 single work criticism
Human Rights and Indigenous Reconciliation in Australia, Garth Nettheim , 2016 single work criticism
Land Rights, Native Title and the ‘Limits’ of Recognition : Getting the Balance Right?, Graeme Neate , 2016 single work criticism
Indigenous Australians and the Law Post Apology : Lessons Learned from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, Martin Hinton , 2016 single work criticism
The Taking of Land Without Consent : The Dispossession of Aboriginal Land in South Australia, Shaun Berg , 2016 single work criticism
Engagement to Support Indigenous Self-Determination, Eddie Cubillo , 2016 single work criticism
Elliott Johnston, Social Values and Justice, Michael Kirby , 2016 single work criticism
Putting Meat on the Bones of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Megan Davis , 2016 single work criticism
Holding on to the ‘Hope of Law’, Mark McMillan , 2016 single work criticism
Why First Laws Must Be In, Jacinta Ruru , 2016 single work criticism

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