This unit explores the nature of property rights and human rights within the context of contemporary Indigenous Australian society. A grounding in the theoretical and conceptual framework of property rights and human rights within this context is established and a review of current instruments for the establishment and assertion of rights is constructed. A critique of the current social and political landscape both locally and internationally is delineated with a view to developing workable and just models for equitable and culturally accountable social and economic participation.
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