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Author Walsh, Fiona.

Title Planning for country / edited by Fiona Walsh and Paul Mitchell
Edition First
Published Alice Springs, N.T. : IAD Press, 2002

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Description ix, 203 pages : illustrations, map, portraits ; 28 cm
Contents Partial contents: Little bit hard for us you know / Louis Pwerle -- How non-Aboriignal people should work with Aboriginal people on land management / Ian (Ribs) Ward -- Supporting Aboriginal people to manage their land themselves: mutual responsibility and shared problem solving / Paul Mitchell -- Responsibilities and ethics in participatory planning: a personal view / Nic Gambold -- 'It's a difference way of plannint it' / Arthur Shadforth -- Meetings with Anangu / John Tungku Tregenza -- Cross-culture education methods in community development education / Reverend Jim Downing -- 'I didn't say that. I'm the interpreter' / Lizzie Giles -- Stories about listening / Marc Wohling -- How we did land assessment and planning work on Loves Creek Station / Terry Mahney -- Warlmanpa people make a ground map / Fiona Walsh -- Money story / Paul Mitchell -- The role of traditional ecological knowledgte and skills in 'modern' Aboriginal land management and education / Nic Gambald -- Making a plan of management: workships with Anangu traditional owners of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park / Carol Palmer, Fiona Walsh and Arthur Shadforth -- A picture is worht a thousand words: photo story books / Greg Snowden -- 'Just do it!': how an Aboriginal landcare video was made / Jude Pritchard -- Proving country, prospecting for places: re-visiting Karlantijpa country / David Nash -- What do participatory planning events look like? / Fiona Walsh -- Mutitjulu men talk about the plan of joint management workshops / Arthur Shadforth -- Is participatory planning heading in the right direction? / Lizzie Files -- Participatory planning - traditional owners have their say / Jo Moloney
Summary Indigenous people who want to control their day-to-day lives and their future face cultural, political, and economic obstacles. This book contains practical ways to address some of those issues
Analysis Aborigines
Land resources
Natural resource management
Decision making
Cross cultural studies
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 196-199
Subject Land use -- Australia.
Central -- Planning
Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Australia -- Central Australia.
Land use -- Australia -- Central Australia -- Planning.
Land use -- Government policy -- Australia -- Central Australia.
Central Australia.
Author Walsh, Fiona.
Mitchell, Paul, 1959-
LC no. 2002489345
ISBN 1864650370 paperback
Other Titles Planning for country : cross-cultural approaches to decision-making on Aboriginal lands