4 edition of Mining and indigenous peoples in Australasia found in the catalog.
Mining and indigenous peoples in Australasia
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by John Connell and Richard Howitt.|
|Contributions||Connell, John, 1946-, Howitt, Richard.|
|LC Classifications||TN121 .M495 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||92154717|
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Get this from a library. Mining and indigenous peoples in Australasia. [John Connell; Richard Howitt;] -- Collection of papers reviewing the relations between Indigenous peoples and the mining industry; examples from Australia, New Guinea, Fiji, Sulewisi, New Zealand; papers by Richard Howitt, Michael.
Resources, Nations and Indigenous Peoples: Case Studies from Australasia, Melanesia and Southeast Asia provides a compelling analysis and will be invaluable for students, public servants, industry and community organisations in many : Paperback.
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R Howitt, J Connell and P Hirsch (eds) Oxford University Press, Melbourne. ISBN 0 19 0. Reviewed by Peter Jull. This book draws together relevant research findings to produce the first comprehensive overview of Indigenous peoples' mobility. Chapters draw from a range of disciplinary sources, and from a.
This book draws together relevant research findings to produce the first comprehensive overview of Indigenous peoples' mobility. Chapters draw from a range of disciplinary sources, and from a diversity of regions and nation-states.
Within nations, mobility is the key determinant of local population. Mining and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia. Edited by John Connell and Richard Howitt. Sydney, Sydney University Press, pp, notes.
ISBN Mining politics and development in the South Pacific. By Michael C. Howard. Boulder, Westview Press,pp, notes, appendix on seabed mining, bibliog. ISBN Get this from a library. Resources, nations, and indigenous peoples: case studies from Australasia, Melanesia, and Southeast Asia.
[Richard Howitt; John Connell; Philip Hirsch;] -- This volume goes beyond documenting the impacts of resource-based development to examine five key themes in contemporary disputes: the complex relationships between resources, identity and.
Hone Tuwhare and Poster of Karl Marx as Construction Worker Introduction Today the struggle of indigenous peoples in Australasia is becoming institutionalised in international law and the post-modern politics of multi-cultural 'difference'. When Derrida can visit Australia and NZ and be hailed as a partisan of indigeneity (Bedggood, ); when Lyotard can be invoked to.
Anthropology in the Mining Industry: Community Relations after Bougainville’s Civil War has a good deal to say about the development of the “community relations” function since the mining industry was put on notice after the social impacts of the Bougainville copper mine in Papua New Guinea sparked a full-scale civil war in Genocide of indigenous peoples is the genocidal destruction of indigenous peoples, understood as ethnic minorities whose territory has been occupied by colonial expansion or the formation of a nation state, [Note 1] by a dominant political group such as a colonial power or a nation state.
 While the concept of genocide was formulated by   According to David Maybury-Lewis, imperial and. The history of Indigenous Australians began at le years ago when humans first populated the Australian continent and its islands.
This article covers the history of Aboriginal Australian and Torres Strait Islander peoples, two broadly defined groups which each include other sub-groups defined by language and culture.
The origin of the first humans to populate the southern continent. The rights of indigenous peoples (or indigenous rights) are those rights aspired to, claimed, held, exercised, or enforced by or on behalf of the indigenous peoples of the world (Connolly ).
In: Howitt R, Hirsch P, Connell J (eds) Resources, Nations and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp – Google Scholar MacDonald C () Indigenous Peoples of the Philippines: Between segregation and : Levita A.
Duhaylungsod. The neoliberal withdrawal of government has, arguably, made space for indigenous collective assertion by fostering mediated (if unequal) negotiations between indigenous peoples and mining corporations, even where indigenous peoples lack hard legal rights to the resources in play (Gover and Baird ; MacDonald and Muldoon ).Cited by: 2.
Population mobility and Indigenous peoples in Australasia and North America John Taylor and Martin Bell (eds) Routledge, London and New York,xvi + pp, ISBN 'The growth of human mobility has been spectacular in modernizing societies.'.
Book chapters and other journal articles, Español Extractive industries, Mining, Political ecology, Social movements Read More Actores y ambientalismos: Continuidades & cambios en los conflictos socio-ambientales en el Perú.
Company–community agreements are widely considered to be a practical mechanism for recognising the rights, needs and priorities of peoples impacted by mining, for managing impacts and ensuring that mining-derived benefits are shared.
The use and application of company–community agreements is increasing globally. Notwithstanding the utility of these agreements, the gender Cited by: The book is available in electronic format, in section “Publications“, in the web page of the World Panama: Mining, forests and indigenous peoples' rights.
SOUTH AMERICA Argentina Argentina: Peoples and forests threatened by Australasia, arising as a response to the actions of various types of. World Socialist Web Site settlement and land appropriation ever deeper into the hunting grounds of the indigenous peoples.
As in Australasia, the subjugation and dispossession of the Native Author: Janet Browning. Mining, sustainable development, human health, environmental protection, global prosperity, sustainable mining.
Abstract. Major regulatory reforms and a few statutory changes are necessary to control pollution from active and inactive hardrockmining and mineral processing operations and abandoned mine lands.
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Economic and Social Council, E/CN.4//68/Add.3, 21 January, Chinese government's massive open-pit mine in the rainy Papua New Guinea highlands, with its tons of toxic tailings full of sulphides and heavy metals, is to be poised above the Sepik River and. Survival International works for tribal peoples' rights on three complementary levels: education, advocacy and campaigns.
It also offers tribal people a platform to address the world, while connecting with local indigenous organisations, with focus on tribal peoples under more urgent threat from contact with Key people: Robin Hanbury-Tenison, President, Stephen.
The Rights of Indigenous Peoples to Participate in Resources Development: An Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia, and North, Central, and South America).
The AAG proposed a two-year study (–) of public participation in mining and resources. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) was drafted in Geneva in and completed ina year mission. Andrew says it took such a long time to be negotiated because indigenous advocates had an active role in its drafting and insisted it contain a right to self-determination.
Across the globe, as mining and oil firms race for dwindling resources, indigenous peoples are battling to defend their lands – often paying the ultimate price; It has been called the world’s second “oil war”, but the only similarity between Iraq and events in the jungles of northern Peru over the last few weeks has been the mismatch of.
Book chapters and other journal articles Extractive industries, Indigenous peoples, Lowlands, Peru, Political ecology, Social movements Read More New Geographies of Extractive Industries in. Since the end ofthe indigenous people of Ocean Island, the Banabans, have lived on Rabi Island in Fiji.
They were resettled there at the end of World War Two in order that phosphate miners could have a free hand to mine, and largely destroy, their home island. between Aborigines and mining interests in Australia”, Chapter 8 in Rethinking Resource Management: Justice, Sustainability and indigenous peoples.
London and New York: Routledge. Pp MMSD (Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development) () Report of the Experts Meeting on Human Rights Issues in the Mining and Minerals Sector. Discoveries which locate Aboriginal habitation of this now desiccated continent from at le — perh years — have concentrated archaeological interest around the globe, especially as this occupation of Australia by successive waves of peoples, precedes any settlements in north and south America by more t years.
STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK The label “indigenous peoples’ land rights” is a recent one, but, since its beginning, international law has had a direct impact on indigenous rights of territorial ownership.
Even though the purpose of the book is to explore the present situation faced by indigenous peoples, the shadow of the past will always be. Etymology. The word papua is derived from an old local term of uncertain origin.
" New Guinea" (Nueva Guinea) was the name coined by the Spanish explorer Yñigo Ortiz dehe noted the resemblance of the people to those he had earlier seen along the Guinea coast of Africa. Guinea, in its turn, is etymologically derived from the Portuguese word l and largest city: Port Moresby, 09°28′44″S.
Indigenous Australians inhabited the continent for ab years prior to the first arrival of Dutch explorers in the early 17th century, who named it NewAustralia's eastern half was claimed by Great Britain and initially settled through penal transportation to the colony of New South Wales from 26 Januarya date which became Australia's national l: Canberra, 35°18′29″S °07′28″E /.
Indigenous peoples in Indo-Afro-Latin America, especially Bolivia and Ecuador, are rising up to take control of their own lives and act in solidarity with others to save the planet. They are calling for new, yet ancient, practices of plurinational, participatory, and intercultural democracy.
‘The boundaries of Gagudju Association membership: Anthropology, law, and public policy’, in J. Connell and R. Howitt (eds), Mining and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia, Sydney University Press in association with Oxford University Press Australia, Sydney.
The book, Undermining Patrimony, is about large-scale mining in Mindanao, the largest island group in the Philippines, a 7,island archipelagic country located in Southeast Asia.
The book starts well with Mindanao as the “Land of Promise and “Land of Rivers and Lakes”.Manufacturer: Rural Missionaries of the Philippines. Primary Sources: Indigenous Peoples, Vancouver Island & Region These selected sources offer primary documents, images, news, and other information related to First Nations.
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FCX operates large, long-lived, geographically diverse assets with significant proven and probable reserves of copper, gold and molybdenum. These slides were produced by Richie Howitt to help students think about the role of case studies in SIA and social science research more generally.
Read these slides particularly in regards to preparation for undertaking your Research Essay Assignment 3 is a case study based research essay The target is to produce work of publishable quality.A new human right of public participation by those affected by natural resource development is set to define major economic developments in the 21st century.
It is a fundamental part of the international norm of ‘sustainable development’, designed to harmonise economic betterment and environmental-cultural-social protection for this and succeeding generations.Contemporary Australia is the product of Indigenous peoples of Australia combined with multiple waves of immigration, predominantly from the United Kingdom and Ireland.
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