Environmental issues in the Indigenous movement in Australia

UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre
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This paper aims to examine the process of integration of environmental issues in the indigenous movements in of Australia. Based on selected case studies on acquisition and protection of land and natural resources it examines the process of articulating/rejuvenating collective indigenous identities at the grass roots that negotiate with culture, environment and sustainable livelihood. Locating the process of marginalization of the indigenous people and their movement within the wider socio-historical context it also examines the response of the state and the civil society towards environmental issues in general and the indigenous movements in particular.
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