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Cultural heritage procedure review           Download Course Brochure

  • Historical review and the emergence of aboriginal Cultural Heritage Protection and Native

Title laws

  • The current legislative structure and requirements
  • Overlapping State/Territory and commonwealth jurisdictions
  • Linkages with environmental and social impact assessments
  • Heritage surveys, methodologies, protocols, conduct and control
  • Ethnographic and archaeological surveys differences and similarities
  • Understanding the roles and relationships of those involved

Developing inter-relationships with Native Title and cultural heritage processes

Cross-cultural negotiation

  • Review
  • Options for infrastructure projects
  • Government involvement
  • Compensation and benefit packages

Future trends in cultural heritage and Native Title

  • Prescribed Bodies Corporate and their role in the negotiation and implementation of Native Title agreements
  • Consent determinations or litigation – what role will State and Territory governments play
  • The future for State/Territory based future act regimes
  • The increasing significance of cultural heritage protection and the need for political action

Indigenous governance protocol

  • Foundation and history encouraging Indigenous governance
  • Governance structures
  • Financial accountability models
  • Training and employment programs

Indigenous engagement initiatives

  • Indigenous business development
  • Community development and capability building
  • Health and education Initiatives
  • Government interaction
  • Cultural awareness programs

Examining and interpreting key case studies

Throughout the course the presenter will examine various Native Title, heritage and governance cases with which he was involved.

These cases will be used to illustrate the different approaches that can be used to address Native Title and heritage concerns and ‘the way forward’ with pragmatic approaches to governance.

Questions and responses on Native Title, cultural heritage issues and engagement programs will be workshopped.

Value proposition

  • An interactive format to encourage participants to share their experiences
  • Numbers will be limited to ensure everyone has the opportunity to contribute
  • Open discussion on both positive and negative outcomes to assist in the formulation of better programs
  • An opportunity to expand a network of colleagues working in the field
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