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Lisa Strelein, Visiting Research Fellow in the Unit, has convened the Research Sectionis Seminar Series The Limits and Possibilities of a Treaty Process in Australia in conjunction with ATSICis call for consideration of the topic. More than a dozen academics and policy makers have agreed to take part, including Mick Dodson, Marcia Langton and Geoff Clark. Seminar presentations are published on-line, as are the Unitis Issues Papers and Newsletters, at <http://www.>. To receive hard copy versions of the Issues Papers or Newsletters by post, simply contact the Native Title Research Unit and ask to be placed on the mailing list.
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Title Annotation:The Limits and Possibilities of a Treaty Process in Australia
Publication:Australian Aboriginal Studies
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:8AUST
Date:Mar 22, 2001
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