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Native Title & Sovereignty
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Native title and the concept of sovereignty are linked because any acknowledgment of native title raises questions about the sovereignty of indigenous people.

Native title also has implications for the sovereignty of the state, and how we understand sovereignty in the Australian political system.
Independence after Mabo
Newspaper
Dec, 23, 1992
Mabo Case, sovereignty, Torres Strait
Crown Land
Topic
 
colonisation, doctrine of tenure, indigenous Australians, International law, native title, New South Wales, sovereignty, terra nullius
The Torres Strait Islands Flag
Image
 
dari, flag, Torres Strait
What is sovereignty?
Text
 
human rights, International Convention, sovereignty
Indigenous sovereignty in Australia
Text
 
aboriginal law, self determination, sovereignty
Barunga Statement
Image and Text
1988
Barunga Statement, dari, sovereignty, treaties
An Expression Of Sovereignty
Topic
Jun, 3, 1992
High Court of Australia, Mabo judgement, native title, self determination, self-government, sovereignty
Britain's Acquisition Of Sovereignty
Topic
1879
Britain, colonisation, Mabo Case, Mer, plaintiffs, sovereignty
Sovereignty & Indigenous Self-Government
Topic
 
Mabo judgement, native title, sovereignty
Sovereignty & Ownership Distinguished
Topic
 
land ownership, Mabo judgement, native title, sovereignty
Territorial Integrity
Topic
 
colonisation
The Doctrine Of Tenures Reconsidered
Topic
 
crown land, doctrine of tenure, land rights, Mabo judgement
Aboriginal Flags
Image
1971
Barunga Statement, flag