This thesis addresses the issue of implementation of agreements between Aboriginal people and mining companies. The primary aim is to contribute to developing a framework for considering implementation of agreements by examining how outcomes vary according to the processes and techniques of implementation. The research explores some of the key factors affecting the outcomes of agreements through a single case study of The Granites Agreement between Newmont Mining Corporation and traditional Aboriginal landowners made under the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) 1976.

Publisher: CSRM

Region: Australia

Type: Thesis

Building an Implementation Framework for Agreements with Aboriginal Landowners: A Case Study of The Granites Mine
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Building an Implementation Framework for Agreements with Aboriginal Landowners: A Case Study of The Granites Mine