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Steering Committee for the Development of a Victorian Native Title Settlement Framework

Category: Organisation
Date: 18 March 2008
Sub Category:Representative Body
Location:Victoria, Victoria, Australia
Subject Matter:Access | Agriculture | Aquaculture | Collaboration / Partnership | Compensation | Consultation | Cultural Heritage | Customary Law | Economic Development | Education | Employment and Training | Environmental Heritage | Exploration | Fishing | Forestry | Future Act | Health and Community Services | Horticulture | Housing, Construction and Infrastructure | Land Management | Land Planning | Land Settlement | Land Transaction | Land Use | Law - Policy and Justice | Leadership | Local Government | Management / Administration | Marine | Mining and Minerals | Native Title | Native Title - Extinguishment | Pastoral Activities | Recognition Agreement / Acknowledgement | Recognition of Native Title or Traditional Ownership | Recognition of Traditional Rights and Interests | Reconciliation | Self Government | Sports and Physical Recreation | Tourism | Water | Youth
URL: http://www.landjustice.com.au/?t=3
Summary Information:
The Steering Committee is comprised of representatives of the Victorian government and Victorian Traditional Owners and is chaired by Professor Mick Dodson.

The Committee was established early in 2008 to guide the development of the Victorian Native Title Settlement Framework. Its final report was released in December 2008 and included recommendations as to how the Framework would best be formulated.

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