by The Committee in [Victoria, Australia] .
|Statement||Social Development Committee.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/02835 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||89211251|
Indeed, the Victorian Parliament's Social Development Committee in Recommendation 4 of its Report upon Inquiry into Compensation for Dispossession and Dispersal of the Aboriginal People accepted 'that Aboriginal people as a whole have suffered or been disadvantaged as the result of dispossession and dispersal' and recommended 'that all Aboriginal people be eligible for compensation. – Board of Inquiry, Appointed by the Secretary of Land to inquiry into and report upon the state of the Aboriginal reserve at Mackay; Report. – Commission on the Aboriginals of Queensland; Report, together with Size: KB. ravages of dispossession – a degree of sovereignty that transcends any notion of pan-Aboriginality. Indeed, it has been recognized in a recent legal 1 Nothing came of the Aboriginal Land Claims Bill, nor from the Report upon Inquiry into Compensation for Dispossession and Dispersal of the Aboriginal People. Victoria, Government Printer, Report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families This report is a tribute to the strength and struggles of many thousands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people affected by forcible removal. We acknowledge the hardships they endured and the sacrifices they made. We.
Warumungu Land Claim Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and to the Administrator of the Northern Territory Warumungu Land Claim Report no. 31 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner, Mr Justice Maurice, to the Minister for Aboriginal. (c) To inquire into and report upon the claims and allegations made in the petitions referred to in the Schedule hereto so far as such claims and allegations are not covered by the preceding paragraphs of this order of reference, and to recommend what relief (if any) should be accorded in respect of the prayers of the several petitions. In the federal Attorney-General established the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families (the Inquiry). The Inquiry was established in response to increasing concerns among Indigenous agencies and communities that the Australian practice of separating Indigenous children from their families had never been formally examined. Report upon the Actual State and Prospect of the Fisheries of This Col- in the Western Riverina and the progressive dispossession of Aboriginal people. View. decision science into Author: Paul Humphries.
One is a report by the Social Development Committee, a joint investigative committee of this Parliament, entitled Report upon Inquiry into Compensation for Dispossession and Dispersal of the Aboriginal People. All Aboriginal people who wished to receive assistance from the Board had to move to Lake Tyers, the only staffed institution after The number of people there fluctuated, with a maximum of about in the s. By fewer than Aboriginal people were under Board control at Lake Tyers. Those who were lived a highly regulated life. House of Representatives Standing Comittee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs, Justice Under Scrutiny, Report of the Inquiry into the Implementation by Governments of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (AGPS, Canberra). 8. 1 and scope of interests affected. 2 Many are relying on the outcome of this 3 investigation. Among our objectives for this Inquiry is 4 to provide closure and a foundation for healing, and 5 improved relations for those affected. Long after this 6 Inquiry has completed its work, many of the parties 7 whose interests are represented here will need to 8 continue to live and work together.