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Developing Governance and Governing Development

International Case Studies of Indigenous Futures
  • ISBN-13: 9781538143636
  • Publisher: ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS
    Imprint: ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS
  • Author: Diane Smith, Alice Wighton, and Stephen Cornell
  • Price: AUD $199.99
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  • Local release date: 08/09/2021
  • Format: Hardback (229.00mm X 152.00mm) 288 pages Weight: 920g
  • Categories: Society & social sciences [J]Sociology & anthropology [JH]Anthropology [JHM]
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Globally, far too many discussions about Indigenous governance and development are dominated by accounts of disadvantage, deficit and failure. This book paints a different international picture, testifying to Indigenous peoples as agents of governance innovation and successful developers in their own right, telling stories in their words, from their own experiences and countries. From Indigenous voices, we hear alternative concepts and measures of effectiveness, legitimacy, success and sustainability.

Indigenous stories and voices are captured as 20 case study chapters, written in lively, clear language about what is happening that is promising and productive in Indigenous self-determined governance for self-determined development in Canada, Australia, Aotearoa/New Zealand and the USA; all English colonial-settler countries.

Diane Smith is an anthropologist, senior research fellow, (Delegated) Associate Dean (Education/Research) and Higher Degree Research (HDR) Program Manager at the National Centre for Indigenous Studies at the ANU.

Alice Wighton is a scholar at the Australian National University.

Stephen Cornell is emeritus professor of sociology Faculty Chair, Native Nations Institute Emeritus Director, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy Affiliated Faculty, James E Rogers College of Law University of Arizona.

Adam Vai Delaney is a PhD scholar at the Australian National University.

Foreword / Jason Glanville

Introduction. Indigenous Governance, Indigenous Development: Rebuilding Pathways for Future Possibilities / Diane Smith

THEME 1: GOVERNING RIGHTS AND INTERESTS

Thematic Introduction: Concepts, Issues and Trends / Diane Smith

1. The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: How Far Weve Come and the Road Ahead / S. James Anaya

2.Indigenous Governance and Native Title in Australia / Ivan Ingram

3.Reconciling Interests and Rights within Maori Institutions of Governing in Wellington, New Zealand / Annie Te One

4.Identifying a Legal Framework for a Treaty Between Australias First People and the State / Asmi Wood and Christie Gardiner

5. The United Houma Nation: Whose Governance? By whom? For Whom? / Adam Crepelle

THEME 2: GOVERNING FOR NATION BUILDING

Thematic Introduction Concepts, Issues and Trends / Diane Smith

6. Treating Treaty as a Technology for Indigenous Nation Building / Daryle Rigney, Simone Bignall, Alison Vivian, Steve Hemming, Shaun Berg and Damein Bell

7. Ancient Spirit, Modern Mind: The Huu-ay-aht Journey Back to Self-Determination and Self-Reliance / Angela Wesley

8. Culturally Centred, Community Led: Wiradjuri Nation Rebuilding through Honouring the Wiradjuri Way / Donna Murray and Debra Evans

9. Nation Rebuilders: An Indigenous Self-Governance Strategy / Joan Timeche

10. Can a Self-Determination Strategy Improve Indigenous Health Care? Evidence from the United States / Stephen Cornell, Miriam Jorgensen and Stephanie Russo Carroll

THEME 3: GOVERNING DEVELOPMENT AND RESOURCES

Thematic Introduction: Concepts, Issues and Trends / Diane Smith

11. Rebuilding the Yawuru Nation: Activating cultural assets for economic growth and stability / Peter Yu

12. The Red Lake Walleye Recovery Project: Tribal Governance for Sustainable Success / Miriam Jorgensen, Allen Pemberton, Pat Brown, and David Conner

13. Making First Nation Law: The Listuguj Migmaq Fishery / National Centre for First Nations Governance and the Native Nations Institute

14. Instilling Good Governance for Community Prosperity: The Canadian Experience / Jamie Sterritt

15. Maori Nation-building through Social Enterprise in Maori Communities / Sacha McMeeking

THEME 4: GOVERNING AS TRANSFORMATIVE LEADERSHIP

Thematic Introduction: Concepts, Issues and Trends / Diane Smith

16.Healing, Decolonisation and Governance / Bhiamie Williamson

17.Youre not just a leader, you are an Indigenous leader: Empowering Native American Women for Governing / Karen Diver

18. Mana Wahine: We care so much it exhausts us! / Mera Penehira

19. The Trials and Legacy of Delgamuukw: Transforming Rights into Outcomes for Canadian First Nations Peoples / Neil J. Sterritt

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