Indigenous Australians, social justice and legal reform : honouring Elliott Johnston
Esmaeili, Hossein (Editor) ; Worby, Gus (Editor) ; Tur, Simone (Editor) ;
1. A powerful example: introducing the Elliott Johnston lectures -- 2. 1998: The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody: lessons for Wik -- 3. 1999: Back to the future: Aboriginal imprisonment rates and other experiences -- 4. 2000: A tragedy of dumb politics: does mandatory sentencing cause fundamental damage to the legal system? -- 5. 2001: Cultural protection in frontier Australia -- 6. 2002: Power from the people: a community-based approach to indigenous self-determination -- 7. 2003: From a hard place: negotiating a softer terrain -- 8. 2005: The effect of early Australian laws on Aboriginal people: a personal perspective -- 9. 2006: From rhetoric to reconciliation: addressing the challenge of equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in criminal justice processes -- 10. 2007: Human rights and indigenous reconciliation in Australia -- 11. 2008: Land rights, native title an the 'limits' of recognition: getting the balance right? -- 12. 2009: Indigenous Australians and the law post apology: lessons learned from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody -- 13. 2010: The taking of land without consent: the dispossession of Aboriginal land in South Australia -- 14. 2011: Engagement to support indigenous self-determination -- 15. 2012: Elliott Johnston, social values and justice -- 16. 2013: Putting meat on the bones of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples -- 17. 2014: Holding on to the 'Hope of Law' -- 18. 2015: Why first laws must be in
Includes bibliographical references and index.