Show simple item record Hancock, Dale en-US Scrutton, Ton en-US Nabangardi, Josie en-US Penangk, Eric en-US Craig, Donna en-US Gipey, Collins en-US Rea, Naomi en-US 2015-04-17T21:12:32Z 2015-04-17T21:12:32Z 2009-09-01 en_US
dc.identifier.other PN30041 en_US
dc.identifier.uri & Water/pn30041.pdf en_US
dc.description.abstract The Anmatyerr water project worked from 2004-2008 as a collaborative team of Anmatyerr researchers, supervisors and participants and social and environmental scientists from universities and government. A number of projects were undertaken within this research initiative focussing on cultural water provisions in water allocation plans, equitable governance of water resources, culturally based livelihoods, training pathways, Indigenous water rights, and gender and water management (refs). Overall aims included: traineeships to record, store and convey knowledge in appropriate formats (with full prior informed consent) and which demonstrates to the wider community the depth of understanding and connections to water at the heart of Indigenous culture; Working closely with government to find ways for values and rights to be provided for in water plans and recognised and incorporated into government structures and processes that may include legislative reform, long-term employment and other livelihood opportunities; and determining Indigenous rights through examining international and domestic law and management processes and precedents set down through negotiated agreements to assist in finding mechanisms to achieve better outcomes. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship LWA en_US
dc.format pdf en_US
dc.subject Customary law en-US
dc.subject Self management en-US
dc.subject Land management en-US
dc.subject Research projects en-US
dc.subject Natural resources en-US
dc.subject Government en-US
dc.subject Knowledge management en-US
dc.subject Resource management en-US
dc.subject Land use en-US
dc.subject Legislation en-US
dc.subject.classification Water and Irrigation en_US
dc.title An Agreement Approach the Recognises Customary Law in Water Management en_US
dc.subject.crdc 4c en_US
dc.description.lwprogram Sirp en_US
dc.description.lwtypepresentation Report en-US
dc.description.lwtypepresentation Final Report en-US

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