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When native title fails: First Nations people are turning to human rights law to keep access to cultural sites

By Shelley Marshall, Associate Professor and Director of the RMIT Business and Human Rights Centre, RMIT University
Carla Chan Unger, Research Associate, RMIT University
Suzi Hutchings, Associate Professor, RMIT University
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Recently Queensland police recognised the cultural rights of Wangan and Jagalingou people to conduct ceremony under provisions of a Human Rights Act. What does this mean for other Traditional Owners?

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