This unit explores the global perspectives on land and sea management and provides a comparative assessment of the modes of recognition of land and sea ownership, resource rights, land and sea management as legitimate economic activity and the participation of land and sea managers within the broader market economy. Comparisons between strategies and legal and administrative regimes across indigenous nations and their host nation states will be evaluated and recommendations of options for change within local contexts are examined. International obligations and rights and representation at international forums are assessed as a mechanism for broad recognition of rights and as strategies for change at a global level.
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