A large and profitable Indigenous heritage management industry has emerged in the wake of the resources boom of recent decades, with thousands of Indigenous heritage impact assessments conducted every year. Yet few governments have successfully reformed heritage laws to accommodate native title rights, and conflict over site destruction is regularly front page news.
The right to protect sites brings together a range of authors who explore native title and Indigenous heritage regimes around the country, and charts the history of advocacy and policy development, highlighting the successes, limitations, inequalities and opportunities of current arrangements.
- 230mm x 155mm x 20mm
- Released June 2016
- ISBN 9781922102393
About The Author
Dr Pamela McGrath is a Research Direct at the National Native Title Tribunal and President of the Australian Anthropological Society. Pamela has been involved with native title research and policy analysis for over fifteen years. Her most recent research projects have focused on the social impacts of native title, Indigenous cultural heritage regulation, and the management and return of native title information.
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