Caring for Ngarrindjeri country: collaborative research, community development and social justice

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2007
Authors
Hemming, Steven John
Rigney, Daryle Matthew
Wallis, Lynley Anne
Trevorrow, Tom
Rigney, Matthew
Trevorrow, George
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Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales
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On 23 March 2007 at Goolwa near the mouth of the Murray River in South Australia, the Ngarrindjeri Nation launched the Ngarrindjeri Nation Yarluwar-Ruwe Plan: Caring for Ngarrindjeri Sea Country and Culture (the ‘NNYR Plan’). The NNYR Plan is the first Indigenous nation plan developed in South Australia and marks a major change in the way that the Ngarrindjeri leadership proposes to do business with non-Indigenous interests on Ngarrindjeri country. The NNYR Plan provides a strong statement of Ngarrindjeri rights, identity, authority and responsibility, but it is also a conciliatory document charting a vision for future, just collaborations between Ngarrindjeri and non-Indigenous institutions, governments, business and individuals.
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Indigenous peoples, Government policy, Collaboration, Ngarrindjeri Nation
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Hemming, S.J., Rigney, D.M., Wallis, L.A., Trevorrow, T., Rigney, M., & Trevorrow, G., 2007. Caring for Ngarrindjeri Country: collaborative research, community development and social justice. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6(27), 6-8.