OGEL 4 (2011) - Indigenous People and Resources Development

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The legal significance of the interaction of resource development and indigenous peoples has increased over recent years. There has been considerable jurisprudence and regulation in the area, both internationally and within many countries, making it timely for an OGEL special issue to examine the contemporary state of the law. In the editorial the editors John L. Southalan (Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation), Ken Culotta and Archie Fallon (King & Spalding) summarise the articles in this special issue but also provide a broader overview. The special includes a useful bibliography for further research.

EDITORIAL

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

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